2020 Skoda Kamiq: Euro version uses modern MQB-A0 platform

The new 2020 Skoda Kamiq is smaller than the Karoq by 142mm (5.6″), but actually has a 13mm (0.5″) longer wheelbase, and is different to the Chinese Kamiq.


The Chinese Kamiq uses the older PQ46 platform, has a different body, and fewer features than the European and international version.

Available features on the Euro Kamiq include 16″ to 18″ wheels, a 10.25″ digital instrumentation screen, Wi-Fi hotspot, 2 USB-c ports, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 6.5″ to 9.2″ touchscreen infotainment displays, electronically retractable tow bar, tire depth gauge, umbrella compartment with umbrella in the front door, and a removable LED torch.

LED headlamps and taillights, lane assist, and autonomous emergency braking are standard.

Optional safety features include adaptive front lighting and dynamic indicators.

Dimensions

Length: 4,241mm | 167″
Width: 1,793mm | 167″
Height (including roof rails): 1,553mm | 167″
Wheelbase: 2,651mm | 104.4″

Trunk capacity (seats up): 400L | 14.1 cu ft
Trunk capacity (seats down): 1,395L | 49.3 cu ft



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2020 Skoda Kamiq: Euro version uses modern MQB-A0 platform