The dashboard of the Skoda Kamiq has been revealed before the official unveiling of the compact SUV.
Skoda has unveiled the Kamiq’s interiors shortly before the world premiere of the car at the Geneva Motor Show. The car shows beautifully crafted interiors finished in a black colour scheme and it has a very generous amount of storage on offer. The Skoda Kamiq’s interior has been derived from the new interior concept which was shown for the first time in the VISION RS.
The interior features a floating touch screen on the dashboard, which is in the line of sight of the driver. The car also comes with an optional virtual cockpit display which measures 10.25-inches and is a segment leader in terms of size. There is a sleek line running across the dashboard and the AC vents, extending almost into the door-panels, giving the car a premium touch.
The front door panels feature a high-quality, soft foam surface to give a soft touch feel and come with a crystalline design. There is also ambient lighting featuring the colours copper, red and white to provide an extra sense of ambiance to the car’s cabin. The upholstery on the car has an option of Suedia which is a fine microfibre material to enhance the comfort for its passengers. Along with this, the Skoda Kamiq also has optional heating for the windscreen, rear seats and steering wheel for that extra pleasure.
The Skoda Kamiq is built on the modular transverse matrix (MQB), which offers an altruistic interior space. The car offers a knee clearance of 73 mm and a boot space of 400-litres which is expandable to 1395-litres with the rear seats folded down.
Skoda Kamiq Interiors
– Interiors of the car have been derived from the VISION RS concept
– The interior gets a floating touch screen display
– The car also has large door bins for storage