Skoda Kamiq SUV Interior Revealed; Similar Setup To Come To India
- by Nabeel Khan
- Feb 6, 2019
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The Kamiq’s interior is identical to the Skoda Scala hatchback, which is also based on the MQB A0 platform
- Like the Scala, the Kamiq’s interior has a very clean design.
- Highlight remains a big floating touchscreen and an all-digital instrument cluster.
- India-bound SUV to debut at 2020 Auto Expo as a concept.
Last month, Skoda released the sketches for its upcoming MQB A0-based Kamiq SUV, which will make its international debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The interior of the SUV has now been revealed and we can confirm that it has been carried over from the Scala hatchback, the first Skoda car based on the MQB A0 platform. Skoda has started work to build the Indian version of this platform in Pune and the first India-specific SUV will be based on the Kamiq and will debut next year. A production-ready concept will be showcased at the 2020 Noida Auto Expo followed by the launch of the car by the middle of next year.
Getting back to the interior, the Kamiq gets the same interior as the Scala, sans the wooden trim, and a flat-bottom steering wheel. The highlight, though, remains the standing 9.2-inch touchscreen display which gets buttons on either side for ease of use while on the go. The central AC vents carry a similar trapezoidal design as the upper layer of the dashboard and provide a symmetry to the design. The phone holder with wireless charger and USB ports sit under the climate control switches in the centre tunnel.
The next major highlight of the cabin is the 10.25-inch Virtual Cockpit. We have seen this before in cars like the Octavia and Kodiaq. The display consists of two circular dials that can be customised to show various information like navigation, vehicle information and playback information. In the international version, Skoda is also offering features like heated windscreen, rear seats and steering wheel as an option, but such features will surely not make it to India. Everything else is expected to be carried forward. The boot volume for the SUV is also claimed to be 400 litres, extendable upto 1,395 litres with the rear seats folded down, which make it rather practical as well.
All in all, the Kamiq’s interior looks very clean and befitting of the Skoda badge. And while there isn't much going on in terms of design, it still looks rather premium and upmarket. The India-bound SUV will also feature a similar interior design, albeit with minor tweaks to up the flavour for the audience at home. Check out the links below for more dope on the upcoming Skoda SUV.
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