The grade, which is already available on the Fabia supermini, offers sportier styling and enhanced equipment – acting as the new range-toping trim for both models.
Both cars gain a gloss black styling kit, large 18-inch alloy wheels, a revised front bumper, along with a black rear diffuser and black boot lettering. The Kamiq also gains a panoramic opening sunroof, while the Scala features a fixed glass roof and an extended piece of tailgate glass.
The sporty touches also extend to the interior, with each model featuring ambient red lighting, a black roof lining and revised door sills. Sports seats, a revised steering wheel and aluminium pedals also feature across the two models. Additional chrome detailing and part-leather upholstery features on the Scala.See available SKODA deals
Both the Kamiq and Scala Monte Carlo are available with the same line-up of engines, with a 113bhp 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine available alongside a more powerful 148bhp 1.5-litre petrol unit. Each is fitted as standard with a six-speed manual gearbox, though you can also choose an optional seven-speed DSG automatic transmission.
The Scala Monte Carlo is priced from £22,680, with the Kamiq Monte Carlo available from £23,305. Order books are open, with first deliveries expected in spring.