Skoda Kamiq interior revealed
Official images of the interior of the Skoda Kamiq have been revealed ahead of the car’s launch at the Geneva motor show.
Skoda has released images of the interior of its new small SUV – the Skoda Kamiq – confirming it’ll get the firm’s new dashboard design with a floating infotainment screen that sits in the centre. It’s the same design that was first previewed by the company’s new Scala family car.
That means you’ll get a central display of up to 9.2 inches, along with an optional digital instrument binnacle measuring 10.25 inches. Ambient lighting will be another option, allowing you to bathe the Kamiq’s cabin in copper, red or white light. A heated windscreen – that’ll quickly defog or defrost on a cold morning – will also be offered and you’ll be able to keep yourself toasty even it’s cold with the optional heated front seats and heated steering wheel.
Skoda is making plenty of noise about the quality of the cabin which apparently features ‘elaborate ornamentation’. There’s a sense of over-egging the pudding in that description, but you can expect the interior to feature expensive feeling squidgy plastics and you’ll be able to have your seats upholstered in a new Suedia microfibre material.
Lastly, Skoda has confirmed the Kamiq will get a 400-litre boot that increases to 1,395-litres when you fold away the back seats – that’s more luggage room than you get in the larger Volkswagen Golf.
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