2018 Skoda Karoq - Perfect SUV! | World Car

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Škoda Karoq Style 1.5 TSI 110 kW DSG (2018) Exterior and Interior

2018 Škoda Karoq Style 1.5 TSI 110 kW DSG car seen from outside and inside. The vehicle has 4-cylinder in line, 1498 ccm, 110 kW engine. Length 4382 mm. Width 1841 mm. Height 1605 mm. Wheelbase 2638 mm. Trunk space 521 liters. Trunk space with folded seats 1630 liters. Weight is 1393 kg. Attached load 1500 kg. Fuel tank 50 liters. The car was shown at Frankfurt Motor Show 2017 (IAA 2017).

2018 Skoda Karoq

​The ŠKODA KAROQ is a sport utility vehicle with character: its emotional and dynamic design with numerous crystalline elements showcases ŠKODA’s new design language. The compact SUV measures 4382 mm in length, 1841 mm in width and 1605 mm in height. The long wheelbase of 2638 millimetres guarantees plenty of room for passengers. The boot has a volume of 521 litres with the rear seats in the default position. Folding the rear seats forward increases the boot capacity to 1630 litres. ŠKODA has incorporated several ‘Simply Clever’ ideas into the new compact SUV including the virtual pedal, which opens the boot hands-free and the optional VarioFlex back seats. In combination with the VarioFlex rear seat, the storage space is flexible and holds between 479 and 588 litres. The VarioFlex system consists of three separate rear seats that can be individually adjusted and completely removed – the compact SUV is then converted into a van with a maximum load volume of 1810 litres. The ŠKODA KAROQ is the most digitalised vehicle in ŠKODA’s model range. This is the first time a fully customisable digital instrument panel has been offered in a ŠKODA. The displays can be personalised and are linked to the infotainment system. The vehicle’s extensive network ensures a comfortable and safe ride for driver and passengers alike. All connectivity solutions serve to improve the flow of information, and enhance the entertainment and safety. The ŠKODA KAROQ offers the latest infotainment systems. All capacitive touch displays feature ŠKODA’s characteristic glass design. ŠKODA KAROQ passengers are always online thanks to the LTE module and WLAN hotspot, to which each passenger’s mobile device can connect. The new mobile online services of ŠKODA Connect are divided into two categories: the Infotainment Online services provide the information and navigation; the Care Connect services provide assistance in breakdowns and emergencies. For example, the emergency call feature automatically calls for assistance in the event of an accident. Additional online services are available on the ŠKODA Connect app, enabling users to remotely check, configure and find the car via their smartphone.

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► 2018 Skoda Karoq - INTERIOR

Design: modern dynamic SUV design language › Powertrains: four new engines, powerful and efficient TSI and TDI › Chassis: state-of-the-art technology, up to five driving modes and special Off-Road mode › Driver assistance systems: extended range for increased safety and comfort › ŠKODA Connect: infotainment with capacitive touch screen in glass design and Care Connect for assistance › Equipment: Full-LED headlights, digital instrument panel › ŠKODA drives SUV campaign forward with the ŠKODA KAROQ Segment leader: connectivity solutions The ŠKODA KAROQ is at the top of its segment with innovative connectivity solutions. The infotainment building blocks come from the second generation of the Group’s Modular Infotainment Matrix, offering state-of-the-art functions, interfaces and equipped with capacitive touch displays. The top systems Columbus and Amundsen have a Wi-Fi hotspot. An optional LTE module is available for the Columbus system. The Internet connection is based on today’s fastest mobile radio standard, with which passengers can surf and access email freely with their phones and tablets. The new mobile online services ŠKODA Connect are divided into two categories: Infotainment online services are used for information and navigation; the CareConnect services for assistance in case of breakdowns and emergencies. The Emergency Call button, which will be part of the standard equipment in Europe from 2018, is now available as an optional CareConnect service. Additional online services can be accessed via the ŠKODA Connect app. These can be used to remotely check, configure and find the parking place of your car using a smartphone. The intelligent capability of pairing a car with a smartphone has reached a new level in the ŠKODA KAROQ. The SmartLink+ platform, compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLinkTM, is available as an option for the basic infotainment system Swing. SmartLink+ comes as standard with higher infotainment systems. The Phonebox with inductive charging couples the smartphone to the roof antenna and simultaneously charges it wirelessly. Reliable helpers: driver assistance systems The ŠKODA KAROQ offers a comprehensive range of driver assistance systems. New comfort systems include Park Assist, Lane Assist and Traffic Jam Assist. Blind Spot Detect, Front Assist with predictive pedestrian protection and Emergency Assist serve to increase safety. Additional driver assistance systems are available for the ŠKODA KAROQ to keep the car at a safe distance from the car ahead, to make it easier for the driver to change and keep in lane, to point out important traffic signs, and to assist when parking. The freely programmable digital instrument panel is available for the first time in a ŠKODA. In the ŠKODA KAROQ, the cockpit displays can be set to the driver’s individual preferences. Full-LED headlights with clear-lens optics are available as an option for the ŠKODA KAROQ from the Ambition trim level upwards. In the interior, new LED ambient lighting in the decorative door trims and the dashboard creates a pleasant atmosphere, which can be set to one of ten colours. It is clear from the exterior shape, modified lines and larger dimensions that this is a completely new vehicle. The ŠKODA KAROQ is a sports utility vehicle with character: The emotive and dynamic design with numerous crystalline elements characterises ŠKODA’s new SUV design language. The compact SUV measures 4,382 mm in length, is 1,841 mm wide, and 1,605 mm high. The increase in size benefits the passengers. The kneeroom is 69 mm. The long wheelbase of 2,638 mm (all-wheel version: 2,630 mm) gives the ŠKODA KAROQ a comfortable stance on the road and provides an indication of the generously proportioned interior. The ŠKODA brand stands for an exceptional package. This also applies to the new KAROQ. The luggage compartment has a capacity of 521 l with the rear seats in place. With the rear seats folded down, the volume increases to 1,630 l. The VarioFlex system consists of three separate seats, which can be individually adjusted and the seats can also be completely removed – and the SUV is then converted into a van with a maximum load capacity of 1,810 liters. Read More https://media.skoda-auto.com/en/_layouts/Skoda.PRPortal/pressrelease.aspx?ID=1245 2017 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

2018 Skoda Karoq - Perfect SUV! | World Car

Skoda has announced details of UK pricing and specfication for its new Karoq SUV. The replacement for the Yeti will be available to order from 3 October priced from £20,875.
That starting price nets you a Karoq with a 113bhp 1.0-litre TSI turbo petrol engine in SE spec, with standard kit including 17-inch alloys, dual-zone climate control, front assist and LED rear lights.
You'll need to upgrade to SE L spec (from £23,165 with the same engine) to gain items such as an eight-inch touchscreen sat-nav, keyless entry, LED headlights and Alcantara upholstery. Flagship edition models (from £27,110 with a 148bhp 1.5-litre TSI petrol) include 19-inch alloys, a panoramic sunroof, leather, a more advanced touchscreen and an electric bootlid.

The new Skoda’s wheelbase figures are identical to those of front- and four-wheel-drive versions of the SEAT Ateca - but that’s no surprise, given that both cars are produced on the VW Group’s MQB chassis architecture. Indeed, there are plenty of family traits visible in the Karoq’s side profile, because it’s strong, sharp shoulder line looks very similar to the Ateca’s. A Skoda family grille and more complex tail-lights do help to separate the VW Group stablemates at the front and rear, but the overall look is more restrained than the funky Yeti’s.
We already know that the Skoda Karoq range will expand rapidly over the next 12 months with SportLine and Scout versions arriving. Skoda bosses also admit that a plug-in hybrid is on the cards, while a high-performance Skoda Karoq vRS edition is under consideration. The Czech company’s CEO Bernhard Maier told Auto Express that the firm has already detected customer demand for a faster version of the new SUV - one that could carry the vRS badging that’s currently limited to the Octavia.


Two petrol and two diesel engines will be available at launch. The 1.0-litre and 1.5-litre TSI petrols come with a six-speed manual transmission, but can also be specced with a seven-speed DSG gearbox. 113bhp 1.6-litre and 148bhp 2.0-litre diesels can also be had with the DSG 'box, while the latter comes with the option of four-wheel drive.
The Karoq is a notably larger vehicle than the one it replaces. It’s 4,382mm long and 1,841mm wide - figures that are 160mm and almost 50mm up on the Yeti’s dimensions respectively. The Karoq’s wheelbase is 60mm longer too, at 2,638mm if you choose a front-wheel-drive edition (2,630mm for four-wheel-drive models).


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