The initial glimpses of the new Skoda Kamiq have come in the form of two design sketches which portray a rugged-looking small SUV.
Displayed in the sketches is a wide upright grille with double slats, a tornado line elongating the vehicle, silver-coloured front spoiler, new two-part LED headlights with DRLs above the main headlights and dynamic indicators at the front and rear. There is said to be a crystalline effect on the headlamp lenses as well.
Oliver Stefani, Skoda Chief Designer said: “In our new Kamiq city SUV we’ve implemented a completely new headlamp configuration. The two-part headlamps with daytime running lights above are a first for Skoda. They give the Kamiq a unique appearance and represent another interpretation of our successful SUV design language.”
From the side view, the extra ground clearance an SUV affords is demonstrated along with large wheels and diffuser. Skoda has aimed for a ‘sporty look’ that is carried through balanced proportions and clear surfaces.
The rear portrays a re-interpretation of Skoda’s classic C-shaped taillight design with crystalline shapes similar to the front. The Kamiq will also be the first Skoda SUV in Europe to feature Skoda lettering in the middle of the tailgate as opposed to the usual Skoda logo.
The new Skoda Kamiq is set to be fully revealed at the Geneva motor show in March. Stay tuned!
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