After unveiling his city crossing last week, Skoda has now published the first sketches of the Kamiq model.
Kamiq is a front mask representing the unique Mlada Boleslav brand name, with two light groups horizontally separated.
The top group serves as a DRL with dynamic direction indicators and is separated by the double-plate bars typical of the Škoda SUV models.
Kamiq's profile is a sports line with a slightly twisted roof behind the B pillar, and the rear part is dominated by the inscription Skoda between the letter C in the form of a light support.
The exterior looks complement the silver finishing of the roof beams and aluminum wheels.
Kamiq has been developed for the Volkswagen Group MQB A0 and is essentially the cousin of VW T-Cross and Seat Arona already presented.
The Škoda complex SUV will divide the drives into the SUV segment of the group B and will probably only have a disc on the front axle.
Initially, Kamiq will be the only European market and sales will begin shortly after the premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, which will begin on March 5th.
Meanwhile, more detailed information on this crossover is expected, perhaps even a complete specification.