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Skoda Kamiq: Interiors unveiled
Skoda has revealed the interior of the Kamiq, ahead of its showcase at the Geneva Motor Show. It follows the new direction that we had seen with the Vision RS, that was unveiled last year. It is characterised by the central infotainment system, which appears to be a separate piece from the dashboard. Apart from being a cool bit of design, it also has a little shelf to allow your hand to rest while operating the screen. Additionally, you can have an optional 10.25-inch screen virtual cockpit, something we have seen appear on Volkswagen and Audi cars off late.
Apart from appearing wider, thanks to the side air-vents extending past the dashboard, interior space isn’t an issue with the Skoda Kamiq either. Based on the MQB platform, the wheelbase extends for 2651mm and promises plenty of knee room and luggage. In fact, 400 litres of boot space with the seats up, in an urban SUV is pretty impressive.
To make things even more lively, the Skoda Kamiq features an option to customise ambient light. You can choose from copper, red or white. This contrasts with the stitching on the seat covers. You can also opt for something called ‘Suedia’, a fancier, micro-fiber-er version of Suede presumably to adorn the upholstery. Lastly, you could add an option for heating the windscreen, rear seats and the steering wheel. Can’t remember if we’ve ever seen toasty seats for the second-row before. Fingers crossed till March, when we get the full low-down at Geneva.