The tram is not going to be different from currently used Škoda 16 T trams, except for the fact that it will have two driver's cabins and doors on both sides of the tram. It will also feature more CCTV, place for bicycles and baggage in the centre section, and the seats in the end sections will be located in the driving direction, not sideways as the predecessor's. This modification is because the tram will serve on new Tramwaj Plus line, which will support bi-directional trams only. The vehicle is designed by Porsche Design Group. The low-floor area represents 65% of the entire vehicle floor.
The Tramwaj Plus is a special tram line project which includes the use of Škoda 19 T. The vehicles moving along the designated tracks of the line will always have the green light on intersections. The line terminates at the Euro 2012 Stadium in Wrocław.
There were stewardesses in the tram during the UEFA Euro 2012 Championships, who were instated to assist tourists and fans. There is a seat marked '"i"' designated for a stewardess in each tram.