The Kamiq is the first model in Skoda’S SUV family to be given a Scoutline variant, which is based on the Ambition trim level and can be fitted with any of the engines in the portfolio. This consists of three petrol versions, one diesel and a G-TEC that runs on natural gas (CNG).
The various engines deliver between 90 PS and 150 PS. Skoda is also offering the Kamiq Scoutline in twelve different colour choices: 3 solid and 9 metallic finishes.
Skoda Kamiqis the brand’s first SUV in Scoutline variant, featuring a new trim level with distinctive bodywork elements and full-LED tail lights.
The new Kamiq Scoutline features, among other things, matt black wheel arch liners, silver bodywork elements (front skid plate, rear fender and ORVMs), 17-inch Braga alloy wheels and the optional 18-inch Crater wheels have a polished anthracite finish and full-LED rear lights.
In its interior, theSkoda Kamiq Scoutlineoffers a generous amount of space and specific decorative trims – in an ash-wood effect as standard or the Dark Brushed finish as an option. The air vents and trim on the dashboard sport a chrome finish and the pedal covers come in an aluminium look.
The height-adjustable front seats feature special Scoutline upholstery made of breathable ThermoFlux fabric and Suedia microfibre; the steering wheel, handbrake lever and gearstick knob are leather.
LED ambient lighting bathes the dashboard in white or copper light, whilst the centre console, storage compartments in the doors, door handles and footwell are illuminated in white. In addition, the Kamiq Scoutline features LED reading lights and an optional black roof lining.
“By launching the Kamiq Scoutline, Skoda is debuting its first Scoutline. It’s an adventerous looking SUV. The 1-litre, TSI engine is more than sufficient for those who spend most of their time in the town. It’s quiet, refined and plenty punchy, enough for nipping around in heavy traffic,” said Martin Preusker, product communications, Skoda Auto.