Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo, the sportier version of the Kamiq crossover, has made its first public appearance at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. This new model has been positioned top of the line and receives subtle sporty updates inside and out.
The sportier version of the Kamiq crossover will go on sale by the end of this year. Globally, the smallest SUV from the Czech automaker takes on Nissan Juke, Volkswagen T-Roc and Kia Stonic.
The glossy black treatment on front bumper, grille surrounding, wing mirror caps, side skirts and roof rails gives it a distinctive sporty appeal. The signature Skoda lettering on the tailgate has also been painted into black shade. Read – Skoda Kamiq Gets 5-Star Rating In Euro NCAP Crash Test
The Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo also features tinted side windows, a panoramic roof, full-LED taillamps and black rear diffuser. The sportier version of the Kamiq crossover has been assembled with 17-inch/18-inch (optional) black and silver alloy wheels.
The sporty theme continues inside the cabin as well. The Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo has perforated leather wrapped steering wheel, height adjustable sports seats with headrests and Monte Carlo-inspired upholstery. The gear selector and handbrake lever are also covered in perforated leather. Read – 5-Facts About Skoda Kamiq SUV
The dashboard integrated air vents with chrome finish, red accents wind around the cabin, red LED ambient light and aluminum pedals complete its look. The new floor mats and side sills have black ‘Kamiq’ lettering.
The carmaker has confirmed that the Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo variant will be made available with all powertrain options offered on the regular model. Read – Skoda Kodiaq Scout Coming This Festive Season
The crossover range comes in a choice of 3 engines – a 1.0L, 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol (94bhp/113bhp), a 1.5L, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol (148bhp) and a 1.6L, 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel (113bhp with 250Nm).