Kamiq is the second SUV from Skoda after discontinuation of Yeti. Now, Skoda revealed that it will gain Monte Carlo trim. At the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo will join the Scala Monte Carlo on 10th September. Range-topping version of the subcompact SUV will be available in the entire engine lineup and deliveries will begin from fourth quarter of this year. The new Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo has a sporty styling design and is enhanced by glossy black frame surrounding the grille.
The accents continue to the front bumper, side mirror caps, side sills, roof rails, diffuser and Skoda lettering on the tailgate. Overall look is finished by LED taillights and standard 17-inch or 18-inch alloy wheels. Moreover, special touch is given to the interior and includes front sports seats, red accents, Kamiq door sills and red LED ambient lighting. To give Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo a premium look, steering wheel, gear selector and handbrake lever are wrapped is perforated leather. Skoda has also added aluminium pedals, chrome look for air vents, black roof lining and special floor mats.
Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo would also receive standard tinted rear windows and a panoramic roof. Pricing, specifications and range details will be revealed later when sale date is near. Since, Monte Carlo is new top spec, we are expecting it to feature a fully customizable, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster along with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink and a wireless charging pad. Wait for few more days to see this subcompact is flesh at Frankfurt, for now be content with released images.