The new Kamiq increases its SUV appeal and gets more rugged looks with the new aprons and diffusers, while the larger and more upright grille complements the car’s powerful appearance. Newly shaped headlights underline the new look, which, for the first time, is available with TOP LED Matrix technology.
The updated Kamiq gets even more equipment – with all trims now having an eight-inch digital instrument display, upgraded LED lights and dual-zone climate control as standard.
The new Kamiq follows a rationalised trim line-up to allow for a simplified customer experience. The lower specified trims have been combined into one trim to meet customer entry-level requirements, with SE Drive discontinued. SE L Executive has now also been replaced with the SE L trim.
All 1.0TSI engines have been replaced with the more efficient evo2 generation. The 110PS engines will also see an increase in power to 116PS. The 1.5TSI engines remain unchanged.
Similar to the all-electric Enyaq family, the new Loft (SE), Lodge (SE L) and Monte Carlo design selections will be inspired by modern living environments, boasting perfectly coordinated colours and materials. The redesigned covers for the seats, instrument panel and door trim panels also use recycled fabrics along with natural materials.
Škoda will use more sustainable materials than before to further reduce the CO2 footprint in production. Recycled materials for the upholstery, flooring and foot mats are complemented by natural, renewable raw materials. The door trim panels, for example, are partly made of fibres from hemp and kenaf - a type of hibiscus. The headliner also contains a proportion of these fibres for added strength.
The revised Kamiq exudes more SUV presence and comes with striking changes to the front and rear. The grille is larger and stands more upright, while the double slats characteristic of Škoda SUVs are now more distinctive and form a U-shape at the lower end.
Below the grille, a painted section of the new front apron and a wide air intake with a three-dimensional mesh emphasise the vehicle’s width. Large air curtains incorporate the LED fog lights, which are new to Kamiq. A robust silver diffuser with three openings adds typical SUV underbody protection.
The Kamiq’s new rear apron emphasises the width of the vehicle with surfaces painted in body colour and a large black area for the diffuser.
The Škoda lettering on the tailgate reflects the new, updated Škoda Corporate Identity.