Skoda is previewing a two-seater convertible transformation of the three-door Citigo developed by the company’s apprentices.

Skoda is previewing a two-seater convertible transformation of the three-door Citigo developed by the company’s apprentices.

Sixteen apprentices from the Skoda Auto Vocational School decided to create what they describe as being the dream car. The CitiJet two-seater cabrio has been in the works since last November and received a blue & white metallic exterior paint scheme together with blue 16-inch alloys. It also comes with a bespoke hand-made rear spoiler and a dual exhaust arrangement.

Powered by a tiny 75 PS 1.0-liter MPI gasoline engine, the "Skoda Apprentice Car" features the interior cabin of the Citigo Sport so it has a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel, red & white instrument panel, bespoke seat covers and floor mats together with a leather-wrapped handbrake and gear lever. On top of that, there's a 300-watt sound system and blue LED ambient lightning which responds to the music.

A full reveal is scheduled for 28-31 May during the GTI Fan Meet at Wörthersee.

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