Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo with a sporty design will be shown in FrankfurtSeptember 6, 2019
After the discontinued Yeti version, the Kamiq became the second Skoda SUV to receive the Monte Carlo.
The new Kamiq Monte Carlo SUV has joined the recently unveiled version of the Scala. The tenth version of the small SUV will be available with the entire line of engines, and its delivery will begin in the fourth quarter of 2019. The new Kamiq SUV is sporty and has received an updated black frame surrounding the grille.
Emphasis is placed on the front bumper, side mirror covers, side skirts, roof rails and diffuser. External updates are completed by LED taillights and standard 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels. Particular attention was paid to the interior. The front seats received a sporty style with red accents. The steering wheel, gear knob and hand brake lever are covered in special leather.
The pedals are made of aluminum, and under the feet are special rugs. Of the standard equipment, tinted rear windows and a panoramic roof should be noted. According to the main specification, the cabin is equipped with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink and a wireless charging panel.
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