The Kamiq has become Skoda’s first crossover to get the Scoutline trim, set to join regular and Monte Carlo versions from June.
Interior images have yet to be released, but the Czech automaker says that it features exclusive decorative elements, such as the ash-wood effect offered at no extra cost or dark brushed design available as an option.
These are complemented by the chrome-style air vents, aluminum pedal covers, height-adjustable front seats wrapped in special upholstery made of fabric and micro-fiber, as well as leather-wrapped steering wheel, handbrake lever and gearshift lever. The white, red and orange LED ambient lighting, LED reading lights and optional black roof lining complete the look on the inside.
The Kamiq Scoutline will be available with the complete engine range that includes three petrol units, one diesel and one CNG (compressed natural gas), whose outputs range between 90 PS (89 hp / 66 kW) and 150 PS (148 hp / 110 kW). Full details, market availability and pricing will be announced in due course, but if you want to see it in person, you will have to attend the 2020 Geneva Motor Show in March, as that’s where it will celebrate its public premiere.