Skoda keeps its little crossover looking fresh.

skoda kamiq facelift spied testing while towing trailer

Listen to this article

The Skoda Kamiq debuted in 2019 as the brand’s compact crossover. Now, it’s time for the model to get a refresh. These spy shots catch the updated vehicle while towing a small trailer.

Compared to the current Kamiq, the refreshed version has small design changes. The bottom of the revised lower fascia now has three openings, rather than the current two slots. Above it, the larger inlet gains small strakes at the outer edges. The main grille and split headlights don’t have any obvious changes.

Gallery: Skoda Kamiq Facelift Spy Shots

Like with most vehicle refreshes, Skoda leaves the profile’s styling alone.

Skoda’s camouflage hides a lot at the rear. The taillights have a new design for their lamps. Also, the bumper appears to have revised sculpting.

There are no photos of the Kamiq’s cabin. We aren’t expecting major tweaks there. The current model is available with a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and an infotainment screen as large as 9.2 inches. The little crossover offers 14.1 cubic feet (400 liters) of cargo space with the rear seats up or 49.2 cubic feet (1,395 liters) with them down.

The updated Kamiq reportedly doesn’t have any significant modifications to the engine range. The current options include mills like a turbocharged three-cylinder 1.0-liter, 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, and a 1.6-liter turbodiesel.

We don’t know when the refreshed Kamiq debuts. This is the second time we are seeing spy shots of it this year. 

Following the launch of the standard Kamiq, Skoda added the more luxurious Monte Carlo trim. The tweaks included full-LED headlights and taillights, a panoramic sunroof, height-adjustable sports seats, and red stitching in the cabin. It came standard with 17-inch wheels with an option for an 18-inch design.

Later, the company added the rugged-looking Scoutline. It had no mechanical adjustments. The revised styling included black wheel arches and silver accents for the exterior. Inside, there was ThermoFlux fabric upholstery.


BMW Showcases Seven R 18 Custom Builds From Poland

Proving that the custom cruiser isn’t just an American art form.

View more: BMW Showcases Seven R 18 Custom Builds From Poland

Development begins on hydrogen fuel cell Toyota HiLux in the UK

A government-funded consortium headlined by Toyota’s UK manufacturing arm has announced plans to develop a Toyota HiLux ute powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. The news comes from D2H Advanced Technologies, who says that it is involved in a two-year project to produce a hydrogen HiLux that will culminate in ...

View more: Development begins on hydrogen fuel cell Toyota HiLux in the UK

New role at finance company

Geneva announces head of risk and assurance post has been filled by someone with more than two decades of banking and financial experience.

View more: New role at finance company

BMW iX5 Hydrogen production begins for initial test fleet

BMW has announced that it is putting a small batch of iX5 Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles into production as part of a test fleet, set to hit the road by the middle of 2023. The news comes just a few months after BMW confirmed that construction of the first fuel cells ...

View more: BMW iX5 Hydrogen production begins for initial test fleet

2 million people watched the Tesla Semi Delivery event on Twitter

Two million people watched Tesla deliver its all-electric Class 8 Semi trucks to its first customers live on Twitter. The Tesla Semi, which is a non-consumer product targeted at business-to-business customers, was received by Frito-Lay and PepsiCo on Thursday night at the company’s Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada. Tesla always live ...

View more: 2 million people watched the Tesla Semi Delivery event on Twitter

Tesla sets sales record but production cut on cards

Image provided by Author. Tesla posted record sales for the month of November in China and export markets by selling 100,291 EVs in November. That’s up from 71,704 sold in October according to the Chinese Passenger Car Association (CPCA). It’s an increase of 39.9% in the month. Some of ...

View more: Tesla sets sales record but production cut on cards

What is Government Auto Insurance?

Like many Americans, you have likely found yourself scouring the web for more affordable auto insurance, and you may have encountered the phrase “government auto insurance.” But what is government auto insurance, and who is eligible? In this article, we’ll review who can get government auto insurance in the ...

View more: What is Government Auto Insurance?

Do You Need Uber Eats Insurance?

Making on-demand deliveries for Uber Eats can be an easy way to make extra cash. But you might be surprised to learn that you aren’t always covered by your own insurance policy or Uber Eats insurance through the service. Unfortunately, traditional auto policies have limitations, and your personal insurance ...

View more: Do You Need Uber Eats Insurance?

The Biggest 2022 Toyota Tundra Problems After 1 Year

What Discounts Does State Farm Provide? (2022 Guide)

GM Opens Canada’s First Full-Scale EV Plant

Chadwick sees ‘far greater’ career opportunities in IndyCar ladder

2022 Holiday Gift Guide | Autoblog Staff Picks

Tesla drivers say they've faced road rage and heckling

Hertz to pay $168 million for falsely accusing drivers of stealing cars

Camaro Driver Shows Off, Crowd Almost Pays The Price

Bentley Flying Spur Gets Shadowy Makeover From Shoe Customizer

2022 Best SUV: Kia Sportage Hybrid Wins Star Award

Tesla Calls Media Reports Of Potential Production Cuts In China False

Jeep Recalls Wrangler 4xe After 2 Accidents and 1 Injury


Top Car News Car News