Škoda revealed the first interiors' shot of their upcoming urban SUV christened as Kamiq. The all-new interior concept released by the Czech automaker complements the design language of Kamiq's exterior sketches revealed earlier. The new compact SUV will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show scheduled to take place in March 2019.
The cabin promises to combine ergonomics and luxury with a generous amount of space, quintessential to Škoda's philosophy. It can be characterized by the brand’s new concept interior presented in the Vision RS study for the very first time. This also hints at how the future Škoda cars may look like from the inside. From the Skoda Kamiq image released, it is clearly visible that Kamiq has a freestanding infotainment screen placed higher in the driver's field of vision that helps him/her exert less pressure on his/her traps and eyes while operating it. The all-digital instrument panels are redesigned and take styling cues from the 'emotional design language' of the urban SUV's exterior. The side air vents extend towards the doors, providing the Kamiq with a spacious feel. The Skoda Kamiq concept boasts of elegant microfiber seat covers and new surfaces with crystalline structures, which adds to the overall luxury of the SUV. Kamiq's plush feels are also complemented by ambient lighting, which comes in red, white and copper, ultimately making the car's atmosphere more pleasant. It also features optional heating for the rear seats, windscreen and steering wheels.
The upcoming Škoda Kamiq will be built on the MQB platform, which claims to provide generous space for the occupants. The boot volume is 400 litres and can be increased to 1,395 litres with the rear seat backrests folded down.
Talking about the exteriors, the sketches released by Škoda earlier showcase the rugged and bold styling on the Kamiq inspired by the Vision X concept. It will also be the first car manufactured by Škoda to sport split headlights, giving it an aggressive front and premium appeal. It is speculated that the overall designing will put the Kamiq closely to its bigger siblings Karoq and Kodiaqin terms of looks and road presence.
The Czech brand has not left any stone unturned to make the smallest SUV in its arsenal an upmarket product, but we all have to wait to witness how much of all these features will get in the flesh when Skoda Kamiq takes the centre stage at 2019 Geneva Motor Show.