After revealing the Laurin & Klement trim level for the Kodiaq, Skoda is much obliged to debut the Karoq Scout. Much like the Octavia Scout, the newbie features 4 × 4 as standard and a selection of off-road equipment. If you’re intending on getting one, bear in mind the Karoq Scout will make its real-life best in October 2018 at the Paris Motor Show.
The Mlada Boleslav-based company explains the latest addition to the family as the type of vehicle which “feels just as much in your home in the big city as it does off the beaten track.” The compact-sized footprint and raised ground clearance aid in this regard, as does the easy though welcoming cabin.
2019 Skoda Karoq Scout Engine
No less than three engine alternatives will be offered at launch, starting with the 1.5 TSI (150 PS) in combination with the seven-speed DSG. 2 four-cylinder turbo diesels in the guise of the 2.0 TDI are likewise provided. The less effective of the two (150 PS) features a six-speed manual transmission, whereas the range-topping alternative (190 PS) is combined to the dual-clutch transmission we understand from other Volkswagen Group models based upon the MQB vehicle architecture.
2019 Skoda Karoq Scout Exterior
Silver-colored aspects contrast with the paintwork along with the wheel arch linings and 18-inch alloy wheels with a sleek anthracite finish. The robust appearance can be made more on-road than off-road with the 19-inch alloy wheels, readily available as an optional additional. Tinted windows and SCOUT badges on the front mudguards complete the visual makeover on the exterior of the vehicle.
Robust Elements Highlight The Off-road Character
With its chrome and silver-coloured bodywork components, striking wheel arch linings and anthracite, polished 18-inch ‘Braga’ alloy wheels, the Škoda Karoq Scout sports a robust look. As an option, Škoda likewise offers anthracite 19-inch ‘Crater’ alloy wheels. Tinted windows and Scout logo designs on the front mudguards settle the powerful look. In the interior, the seats feature newly designed covers with black-brown contrasting seams. All seats are embroidered with Scout lettering. The multifunction leather guiding wheel, pedals with stainless-steel aspects and an LED package that consists of ambient lighting complete the comprehensive variety of basic equipment.
2019 Skoda Karoq Scout Interior
Stepping inside the Karoq Scout, the Czech car manufacturer is much required to treat the customer with black-brown contrasting joints on the seats. SCOUT embroidered lettering, leather on the steering wheel, stainless steel cut on the pedals, and an LED package with ambient lighting all come as standard.
Much like other versions of the compact-sized crossover utility vehicle, the Karoq Scout can be set up with the Virtual Cockpit, LTE module with Wi-Fi hotspot, and an electrical trunk lid with tip-to-close function. A variable flooring for the trunk, storage webs on the front seats and center console, a holder for multimedia devices, along with a compartment for change and parking tokens are other highlights of the most capable Karoq in the family.
2019 Skoda Karoq Scout Release Date
Škoda is expanding the Škoda Karoq series: With the new Škoda Karoq Scout, the Czech car producer will exist an even more robust version of the popular compact SUV series at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. Just like all Škoda Scout models, the Karoq Scout also comes with 4×4 as standard in addition to sporting an effective off-road look. If you’re planning on getting one, remember the Karoq Scout will make its real-life premiere in October 2018 at the Paris Motor Show.