Skoda has taken inspiration from sister brands Volkswagen and Audi and is offering the all-new Karoq with a digital instrument cluster.
The system, which can be personalized and linked to the infotainment system, is offered solely on the Yeti’s successor, and you cannot have it on other models in the Czech company’s lineup, for now at least.
Skoda describes the Karoq as being “the brand’s most digitized vehicle“, as it’s also coming with plenty of gadgets to entertain its occupants, including the LTE module, WLAN hotspot, smartphone connectivity, heated front and rear seats, LED ambinent lighting, and others.
Celebrating its public debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, the automaker’s latest addition to their SUV family is getting ready to go on sale, with pricing to be announced soon.
Joining the Karoq at the event is an updated version of the Vision E study, which is Skoda’s first fully electric vehicle. It’s also capable of Level 3 autonomous driving, just like the new Audi A8, and it has a traveling range of up to 500km (311 miles).