Ahead of the impending world premiere of the new Skoda Kamiq at the upcoming Geneva motor show, a sneak peek at the interior of the new SUV has been released.
Demonstrated in the first look is the new interior concept which includes elements such as a character line around the freestanding display screen, optional Visual Cockpit with a 10.25-inch display, a redesigned instrument panel and side air vents which extend into the doors.
The instrument panel exhibits elaborate ornamentation whilst other elements include high-quality soft foam front door panels with a crystalline structure as well as ambient lighting in copper, red and white colours.
Contrast stitching can be seen on the seats which offer suedia, a fine microfiber material, as an upholstery option. Other available options include windscreen heating as well as heating for the rear seat and steering wheel.
Interior space is generous with 73mm of knee clearance in the back and 400 litres of luggage capacity available which can increase to 1395 litres with the rear seats folded down.
The world premiere of the new Skoda Kamiq will take place at the Geneva motor show in March this year.
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