Skoda has released the first pictures and information with the new Kamiq Scoutline, a family car ready for outdoor adventures.
If you are wondering if the Scoutline code also implies a full-wheel drive system, the answer is a 'No!' It may not be a surprise, given that this is not the first Scoutline that only comes with front-wheel drive.
The Scoutline version stands out, in Kamiq's case, with black outlines of the wing cutouts, silver accents on the covers of the mirrors, on the rails on the roof and on the rear spoiler. The 17-inch wheels are standard, but customers can opt for some even larger, 18-inch wheels. The standard package also includes LED headlamps, along with the chrome ornaments on the side window frames.
The Czechs have only published pictures from the outside, so we will have to wait a little longer to see the inside.
The Skoda Kamiq Scoutline will be available in all the engine versions we find on the standard Kamiq.
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