Inside, the car is full of comfortable elements better known from higher-class cars
The ŠKODA Design team has prepared a new interior concept that highlights practicality and ergonomics while simultaneously evoking pleasant emotions. The carmaker will offer its customers three trim levels that also incorporate colours and materials not seen in the previous generation. Later, clients will also finally get a glimpse of the attractive MONTE CARLO variant. The central element of the model’s interior is a free-standing infotainment display of up to 9.2 inches in size.
Information and entertainment always at hand
The small car is at home not only on the road but also in the network. Thanks to a built-in eSIM card, it has constant access to ŠKODA Connect online services and can receive digital radio broadcasts. Customers can choose between three infotainment systems. The top Amundsen version offers an individually configurable 9.2‑inch display, online‑backed navigation, WI‑FI hotspot and control via Laura, the voice assistant, who already understands 15 languages. Smartphones can wirelessly connect to the system by using the Wireless SmartLink technology, and it is charged inductively in the Phone Box.