A couple of hours ago, the network appeared photos of Czech crossover Skoda Kamiq in “off-road” version Scoutline. Contrary to expectations, the novelty did not get all-wheel drive. The car does not have any changes in the mechanical part of machine can boast only of the external improvements.
Skoda provides its front-wheel drive cars version of Scout, which is a little more prepared for off road since 2009 when I was shown the Fabia Scout/Fabia Combi Scout. In 2015 the name of this execution was changed to Scoutline. This decision was motivated by a desire to avoid confusion in the names with all-wheel drive models Scout. Now Skoda is the first version Scoutline for its small crossover Kamiq.
Skoda Kamiq Scoutline will be officially shown in March this year at the Geneva motor show. Access to the European market is scheduled for June.
Skoda Kamiq Scoutline is a subcompact crossover with exclusively front-wheel drive. The smallest crossover Skoda, now looks more rugged than ever, thanks to the matte black wheel arches and front silver skid plate. More silver accents is now located on the rear diffuser and on the side profile, where the mirror covers, roof rails and rocker panels are the same finish.
The new version of the Czech crossover B-segment uses a set of 17-inch wheels as a base, but you can order 18-inch set with a fancy polished finish. Standard Kamiq Scoutline equipped with rear led lights, chrome window frames and tinted rear Windows. Needless to say, there is also a special icon that indicates that this is no ordinary version of the model.
Although images of the interior were not provided, we know that the front seats are covered in breathable fabric ThermoFlux. Steering wheel, gear lever and hand brake lever are covered with leather, and the pedals have aluminum trim. Complete change of accents with the effect of the ash, chrome air vents and led lighting white, orange or red colors.
Would choose this version, if bought Kamik?