ŠKODA’s latest model to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March is called the Kamiq.
The urban crossover is the brand’s third SUV for the European market and marks the next step in the Czech manufacturer’s SUV campaign and the expansion of its range with a compact and lifestyle-oriented entry-level model for the European market.
The Kamiq combines the agility and handling of a compact car with the traditional advantages of an SUV – higher seating position, better visibility, easier to get in and out, and higher ground clearance.
Based on the modular transverse matrix, the new Škoda offers new assistance systems, and convinces with numerous ‘Simply Clever’ features that popularised the brand just as much as the generous space available.
The word Kamiq comes from the language of the Inuit people living in northern Canada and Greenland – it’s also a name Škoda has already established as the name of a model in China.
At the same time, the designation falls within the nomenclature linking all models in the SUV model range – the names of all current ŠKODA SUV models start with a K and end with a Q.