Skoda Scala hatchback became part of the main sights of PragueNovember 30, 2018
Skoda Scala’s body was decorated in the style of “Lennon Wall”
The Skoda Scala hatchback became part of one of the main attractions of Prague – the “Lennon Walls”, and received a unique camouflage. Since the 1980s, it has been customary to paint the fence of the Maltese Garden in honor of the musician John Lennon, calling for peace and freedom. Now this place is a cultural structure and the object of self-expression.
The body of the “Rocks” was decorated by a local street-art artist, known under the pseudonym Chemis. He painted the car with spray paint as if the drawings overlapped each other for decades, as on the “Lennon Wall”. Captured a unique hatchback camouflage against the background of a popular place photographer from New York Dave Krugman.
Previously, Skoda has published photos of the interior of the serial hatchback. Salon Scala will perform in the new corporate style with a special combination of colors and finishing materials. The central place on the panel will be taken by the floating display of the 9.2-inch infotainment system. Decorative elements will be made of foam material with a special surface that imitates crystal structures.
It is known that the list of available equipment Skoda Scala will include background interior lighting, microfiber seat trim with contrasting stitching and access to online services that allow you to control individual functions of the car using a smartphone, as well as update the multimedia system software and download maps “over the air” .