Skoda has offered a first glance of the upcoming Scala’s interior, which is set to go on sale in 2019.
The teaser image shows off a number of technologies set to be available on the Volkswagen Golf-sized machine, including an all-new infotainment system for the brand.
Assuming a free-standing position, the 9.2-inch touchscreen display is located ahead of an ergonomic wrist rest for ease of use. Available optionally for the Scala is Virtual Cockpit, which began to rollout across the firm’s machines last month — including the Superb, Octavia, Karoq and Kodiaq. It takes the place of a traditional gauge cluster in showcasing key information to the driver.
This preview also shows the cabin has been toned-down a little from the Vision RS Concept, particularly in its use of a more conventional steering wheel — but it still boasts a sweeping dashboard and angular air vents.
Contrast stitching is set to feature throughout too, along with ambient lighting and optional microfibre seat upholstery. There’s also a debut for ‘crystalline’ texture on door trims — which will find its way to more Skoda models in the future.
Skoda has also unveiled the Scala’s boot space — coming in at 467 litres, eclipsing rivals such as the Ford Focus and Kia Ceed with 375 litres and 395 litres respectively.
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