The Czech automaker has revealed their new entry in the compact SUV field – the Karoq – as a replacement for the aging but popular Yeti for just a few days, but they are back with new images and details already.
We can see the interior a bit better than before, but our attention was sidetracked by one in particular – a quirky feature that has an LED projector spell with light the name of the brand. It’s not something we haven’t seen before – but it’s odd nevertheless, because we’re used to see this gimmick in more interesting cars, such as the Ford Mustang projecting a running pony. It might have to do with the fact that you might forget you’re driving the Karoq and not the VW Tiguan or the Seat Ateca sister SUVs.
We’re interested to see if customers – used to getting the Skodas for the amazing customer value – will jump at the idea of having the logo projected on the tarmac every time they enter or exit the vehicle… Anyways, the Karoq is every bit of a Skoda – it comes with the new design language implemented with the Kodiaq, and it’s extremely spacious and with a functional interior design. It also brings for the first time on a Czech model the option of an all-digital instrument cluster – though buyers might be thrilled mostly by the ability to make it a workhorse by taking out the three individual seats from the back.