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Skoda Previews Kamiq GT with Coupe-style roof and aggressive front end

Skoda Previews Kamiq GT with Coupe-style roof and aggressive front end

It will debut in China in early November 2019

While all eyes are set on the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, Skoda announced a brand-new crossover called the Kamiq GT. Previewed by a couple of renderings, the Kamiq GT draws styling cues from the Vision GT concept car. It’s obviously based on the already familiar Kamiq, with the main modification being a coupe-style roof. The Kamiq GT joins the Kodiaq GT, a coupe version of Skoda’s midsize SUV. And just like the Kodiaq GT, the Kamiq GT will be sold only in China.

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2019 Skoda Kamiq Shows its Unusual Face Before Geneva Debut

2019 Skoda Kamiq Shows its Unusual Face Before Geneva Debut

It has the most striking front fascia of all current Skoda models

Many people gasped when Skoda showed off the facelift for its Octavia model, but now that’s no longer the model with the boldest face - that distinction goes to the all-new2019 Skoda Kamiq, the company’s brand new but also smallest crossover offering for Europe. Last year Skoda revealed a China-only crossover that is also called the Kamiq, but it’s quite a different vehicle that looks nowhere near as funky or as posh as the Euro model.

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2019 Skoda Kamiq

2019 Skoda Kamiq

Skoda’s very own VW T-Roc comes to Europe

The Skoda Kamiq is the company’s third crossover and its smallest SUV yet. Designed for the subcompact market, the Kamiq was created and built in China by the SAIC-Volkswagen joint venture. Launched on the Chinese market in June 2018, the Kamiq came to Europe in 2019. Somewhat surprisingly, the Kamiq sports a new design for the European market, one that sets it apart from the Kodiaq and Karoq. The three SUVs still have something in common though. As with its larger siblings, the name Kamiq originates from the language of the Inuit people who live in northern Canada and Greenland. And it means something that fits perfectly. As the company’s third SUV since 2016, the Kamiq replaces the Yeti, which was discontinued back in 2017, and shares underpinnings with the Volkswagen T-Roc and the Seat Arona, among other Volkswagen Group vehicles. It also competes with the successful Nissan Juke and its upcoming successor.

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