Skoda sends that Karoq to the surgeon and missed him Facelift. After refreshing the Kodiaq, the compact SUV will also be launched with new technology and a slightly modified look. In addition to new lights and new infotainment, the question of the drives is particularly exciting, because here the current Karoq still relies entirely on conventional engines.
With view on optics the Czech designers will be fine very restrained. The Karoq is currently still selling well and therefore an excessive design intervention would be almost negligent. Skoda will probably be standard in the future LED headlights obstruct, even matrix LEDs are optionally conceivable. The shape of the headlights will blend in with the new face of the family and be based heavily on the larger Kodiaq. The interior will probably receive a lot of care. There is a surcharge here 10.25 inch touchscreen conceivable. Thanks to MIB3, the Karoq is optimally networked and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Karoq could get mild hybrids
When it comes to engines, petrol and diesel will probably continue to have the upper hand, but mild hybrids cannot be ruled out. Whether a Plug-in hybrid of the Czech SUV is planned remains to be seen. The larger Kodiaq came away empty-handed with its model update. The facelift could still be presented in 2021, and it will probably come to the dealer in early 2022. In any case, the prices will increase slightly and start in the range of 24,500 euros.