Skoda Kamiq and Scala debuted in Frankfurt in Monte Carlo brand special seriesSeptember 11, 2019
Such a rally name, unfortunately, did not affect the speed and driving characteristics of the car, but provided them with spectacular decor.
Skoda brought two “pumped” models to the motor show in Frankfurt, Germany – Kamiq and Scala in a special version of Monte Carlo. In terms of technical equipment, nothing has changed: the manufacturer has concentrated all his forces on updating the exterior and interior of his models. So, the roof, grille, exterior mirror housings, wheels, bumper covers and even brand nameplates are now painted black. In Scala, by the way, such a choice of color led to the fact that the inscription “Skoda” on the stern was “lost” on a dark background of the lining.
But the interior turned out to be brighter, because red accents dominate here: inserts on the seats, stitching on the steering wheel and gear lever, as well as background lighting.
At the brand’s booth in Frankfurt, both models were prudently put together so that visitors could compare them. In terms of interior design, Kamiq and Scala are “twins,” but there are plenty of external differences. For example, Kamiq gets the original head optics, and in length it is shorter than the Scala by eight centimeters. This difference was only reflected in the trunk. Under the hoods of new products can hide both gasoline and diesel engines. The drive is front-wheel drive, and the role of the transmission is performed by the manual transmission or “robot” DSG7.
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