Skoda showed the first photo of the interior of the Kamiq crossoverFebruary 6, 2019
Interior of new Skoda Kamiq is made in the same style as the Scala hatchback.
Skoda showed the first photo of the interior of the new subcompact crossover Kamiq. It repeats exactly the interior of the Scala hatchback, with the exception of some details.
The new concept of interior design was first shown on the Skoda Vision RS show car. The architecture found its serial embodiment in the Scala model. The Kamiq has a completely identical interior, only the steering wheel, the décor of the front panel and the seat trim material differ — the Suedia microfiber is used in the crossover.
For Skoda Kamiq, they will also offer door trim panels with a crystal structure, a virtual dashboard, a central display with a diagonal of 10.25 inches, background lighting for the cabin, heated windshield, rear seats and a steering wheel.
Design solutions used in the Skoda Scala, will be reflected in the appearance of Kamiq. For example, the models will have a similar shape of lamps and the inscription Skoda instead of the logo on the tailgate. The feature of the crossover will be light engineering divided into two blocks, where daytime running lights are on the top and headlights of the dipped and main beam are on the bottom.
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