The Euro-spec Kamiq comes exclusively with front-wheel drive and will premiere at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
Not to be confused with its Chinese namesake, the Kamiq shares underpinnings with the VW T-Cross and Seat Arona.
The Kamiq will premiere at Geneva and will be Skoda’s contender in the subcompact SUV segment.
The Kamiq looks really sharp, so we hope the actual car looks as close to this as possible.
Unlike the Kamiq that’s on sale in China, this one will be smaller and aimed strictly at the European market.
Say hello to Skoda’s third SUV, which slots under the Karoq and Kodiaq.
Here’s our most official look yet at the new Kamiq urban crossover that Skoda will reveal at the Beijing Auto Show this week.
The Skoda Kamiq will join the Kodiaq and Karoq as the automaker’s third SUV for China.