After unveiling the front light signature and design sketches of the Kamiq, Skoda has released an image of the new SUV’s cabin.
Taking inspiration from the Vision RS concept that was revealed in 2018, the Kamiq follows on from the recently-unveiled Scala hatchback by having the same interior layout that includes two large displays for the instrumentation and infotainment.
The central ‘floating’ touchscreen stands out from the rest of the dashboard and features a buttonless surround with touch-sensitive sections to navigate through the various options – with the rest of the centre console having a very simple design.
Instead of the normal dials in the instrument binnacle, Skoda can fit the Kamiq with the 10.25-inch Virtual Cockpit display, which comes with customisable displays that drivers can scroll through before finding the one that suits them best.
The ambient lighting fitted as standard comes in copper, red or white and they contrast the upholstery detailing and add another tone to the interior finish.See Available Skoda deals
Skoda is also introducing ‘suedia’ – a microfiber material that is one of the upholstery options, with further comfort options including a heated windscreen, rear seats and steering wheel.
Based on Volkswagen Group’s adaptable MQB platform, the Kamiq comes with plenty of interior space, such as the 400-litre boot that can be increased to 1,395 litres when the rear seats are folded flat and a considerable amount of legroom thanks to a 2,651mm wheelbase.
Skoda will be revealing the Kamiq in full at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, which is open to the public from March 7 to 17.