Škoda Kamiq

Škoda Kamiq


The Škoda Kamiq is a subcompact crossover SUV (B-segment), produced by the Czech car manufacturer Škoda Auto from the end of June 2019, after it debuted at the February 2019 Geneva Auto Show.[2] It is smallest of the other Skoda SUVs sold in Europe, namely the Karoq, Enyaq, and Kodiaq. Deliveries officially started in September 2019.[3] It is based on the concept Vision X, which Škoda first introduced to the public in 2018. As with the Karoq and Kodiaq, the Kamiq name is based on a word from the Inuit language.[4]

While it takes styling cues from both the Karoq and Kodiaq to ensure a continuity between Skoda’s SUVs, the Kamiq has several distinctive features, including a more upright grille and an optional narrow LED running lights. As with the new Scala, the boot displays the Skoda name in letters instead of the circular Skoda logo.[5]

The car is built on the Volkswagen Group MQB A0 platform used by the SEAT Arona and Volkswagen T-Cross, while offering more interior space than both. Škoda claims that the Kamiq has more rear legroom than in the Octavia and Karoq.[4] The Kamiq is only offered with front-wheel drive since it is aimed primarily to families in urban areas and the MQB A0 platform that it uses does not support all-wheel drive drivetrain.[4]

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