2019 Skoda Kamiq: interior revealed ahead of Geneva
More teaser pics have been revealed of the 2019 Skoda Kamiq crossover – this time showing what we can expect the interior to look like. It follows the reveal of an external design sketches (below) ahead of the car’s full reveal at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
As seen above, the Kamiq is defined by a wide, upright radiator grille featuring Skoda’s patented double slats, as well as the distinctively sculpted lines of the bonnet featured throughout their SUV range. The front spoiler underscores the model’s off-road looks.
It features slim daytime running lights and angled headlights similar to the Vision X concept. No details on the interior have been revealed but expect a layout similar to others in the range as well as Simply Clever additions such as an ice scraper and umbrella.
Inside, the interior of the Kamiq is dominated by a central freestanding screen positioned high in the driver’s field of vision. At 10.25in, it’s one of the largest infotainment displays in its segment.
A virtual cockpit that replaces traditional driver dials will also be on offer, while another design highlight are side vents that extend into the doors – visually enhancing the interior and creating a more spacious feel.
It will likely launch with a 1.0-litre petrol engine, available in 95bhp and 115bhp form. A 1.6-litre diesel and more potent 1.5-litre petrol are also likely to be offered. There’s no sign it’ll be available with an electrified drivetrain – for now at least.
We expect more details to be released between now and 5 March – the date we’re likely to see Skoda’s new model revealed in full.
Introducing the ŠKODA KAMIQ: the newest member of our SUV family. World premiere March 2019. pic.twitter.com/4vCEG6YacT
— ŠKODA UK (@SKODAUK) January 28, 2019
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