It is known what the updated Skoda Karoq boasts


The modified off-road model Skoda Karoq is close to its presentation. This is evidenced by a leak showing changes and improvements to the model with a release date of 2022.

Skoda Karoq Facelift prototypes are already 1.5 years old. Now the aesthetic features of the novelty and its equipment have become known.

The model will have new LED headlights as standard on all versions, as well as an updated smaller grille. It leaves more room for the headlights. From the very basic “Active” level, the model will already have 16 “alloy wheels.

At the rear, the Karoq will receive a new all-LED bumper and taillights with welcome animation, as well as dynamic turn signals from the Style trim. In this trim, as well as in the upper, there will be a spoiler on the tailgate, which gives a more distinctive and sporty look. Only Sportline will be able to install the optional glossy black package.

Inside, the Skoda Karoq will look more modern, starting with a new multifunction steering wheel, new decorative moldings and upholstery. Ambient lighting has been enhanced with new colors and the infotainment system has been redesigned with a new interface.

The SUV will be equipped with an option of seats with an electric memory drive. It is worth noting the presence of Tempomat cruise control, Climatronic dual-zone automatic climate control, Swing audio system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen, KESSY keyless entry and start, Side Assist, etc.

The new Skoda Karoq 2022 will be equipped with an updated range of gasoline and diesel engines that will provide improved fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions, but without an increase in power and with a smoother ride. The new Karoq will be available to order in early December. The novelty will reach dealers in mid-January 2022.

We also advise you to watch a detailed review of the Skoda Karoq from the FineAuto team:

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  • MedialexApril 4, 2021 22:51

    Although it is definitely an unfinished replica, I would be interested in contact details, anyway. Maybe this could be an interesting project.

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