The Czech brand has released the first design sketches of its smallest SUV Kamiq, which will be premiered at the Geneva Motor Show in early March.
Fblack and white it is clear that the European look will be different from the model with the same name for China, which was introduced in Beijing in the spring of 2018. Design Kamika with a "two-element" head optics was made in the style of the Vision X concept, which was presented last year in Geneva. The roof line is reduced to the rear, giving the car a silhouette and a small spoiler is located above the rear door.
The Skoda Kamiq is based on a "junior" modular modular chassis MQB-A0, which is based on Seat Arona and Volkswagen T-Cross. The size of the Czech news will therefore be approximately 4.2 x 1.75 x 1.6 meters.
It is assumed that Kamik also leases from his Volkswagen T-Cross nurse: 95-hp and 115-hp 3-spoke gasoline engines, as well as 150 hp "turbo-five" one and a half liters. Diesel engines will feature a 1.6-liter unit delivering 95 forces.
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In Kodaq, Kamiq is positioned as an urban crossover that combines vehicle control with the benefits of transition (high clearance, high seating position). It will be the cheapest Czech SUV brand on the European market.
In addition to the smallest SUV model, Škoda in Geneva will exhibit a new Scala hatchback to replace Rapid Spaceback.
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