The new Skoda Karoq’s emotive and dynamic design with numerous crystalline elements is a true representation of the new Skoda design language. The front section captivates with a striking, three-dimensional design. The radiator grille, framed by a chrome trim, has vertical double slats and creates the trapezoidal cross section that is typical of Skoda SUVs. The design of the headlights is inspired by the rich traditions of Bohemian glass art. The crystalline cut of the full-LED headlights and the eight light strips that make up the eyelashes create a unique lighting pattern.
«Skoda Karoq convince for its ability to be in the meantime unmistakable and extraordinarily faithful to the brand and Introduces to the compact Suv class the strengths of Skoda and our new and emotional stylistic language», said Bernhard Maier, Skoda’s CEO.
The interior exhibits newly designed dashboard divided into a tall upper and narrow lower section, a separation that is particularly noticeable in the large decorative areas on the passenger side. The door trims continue this design approach. Bold vertical elements influence the Skoda Karoq’s design. The four large air vents sit vertically, and the middle two flank the in-car monitor. The LED ambient lighting is a further highlight in the generously sized interior. Ultra-slim lighting strips are located on the upper edge of the four door trims and continue around the dashboard. The driver can control the brightness of the illumination, which can be set to one of ten different colours.