Skoda adds a third member to its Scout family. The Skoda Karoq Scout will join the Octavia and the Kodiaq in the lineup of rugged cars. The company will present it in October 2018 at the Paris Motor Show.
The first such a car was introduced more than 10 years ago.
The Karoq Scout, like two other models, has additional plastic body cladding. It features silver accents and 18-inch wheels (in standard), while 19-inch ones are offered optionally. Tinted rear windows and a “Scout” badge on the front fender make this modification differ from a conventional Karoq.
The interior is made in black and brown. There is Scout lettering on the seats. Stainless steel pedals, LED ambient lighting, the all-digital instrument cluster are among distinctive features of the car.
The engine lineup includes a petrol 1.5-liter 150-hp TSI and a diesel 2.0-liter 150- or 190-hp TDI. The transmission variants are a 6-speed manual an optional 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. DSG comes as basic with the diesel motor.
The car maker adopted this version of the Skoda Karoq to a standard all-wheel-drive layout.