Four years after its launch, the Škoda Karoq. Along with an even more refined design language, the update brings sustainable materials, new technology and more efficient engines from the current EVO generation to the compact SUV. On the outside, the grille is wider and now hexagonal.
Slimmer headlights and taillights and aerodynamically optimized alloy wheels with black plastic Aero trims create new visual reflections. The new tires, rear window fins and a new rear spoiler improve aerodynamics and reduce your CO2 emissions.
New technology, such as full-LED Matrix headlights and an expanded range of assistance systems, also makes its debut in the range. Like the headlights, the redesigned taillights improve appearance. The new spoiler rear, meanwhile, makes the Karoq appear longer.
The new Karoq will be available in trim levels Active, Ambition, Style and Sportline. This last model, which is the one we see in the images, has a Black package Standard with high-gloss black roof rails and window frames.
The interior of the new Škoda Karoq
The renewed model is equipped with the third generation of infotainment systems of the Volkswagen Group. You are always online thanks to a built-in eSIM. The infotainment applications provide weather forecasts and the latest news, and include calendar management.
The interior has new upholstery that, as an option, can be made with sustainable materials.
Over the course of 2022, the Karoq will be offered exclusively with a digital instrument cluster – the 8-inch display will be standard and there will be the option of a customizable 10.25-inch display. Infotainment systems are the Bolero, Amundsen and Columbus.
The luggage compartment capacity is the same as in the previous model: 521 liters with the seats in their default position and 1,630 liters folded down. With the VarioFlex seats, the trunk can hold 588 or 1,605 liters with the rear seats folded down. It amounts to 1,810 liters without the rear seats.