SCALA and KAMIQ buyers appreciate top infotainment features including Virtual Cockpit, Amundsen navigation system and DAB
High demand for top equipment features in the KAMIQ city SUV With ŠKODA KAMIQ in particular, many customers are taking advantage of the top equipment features of the modular infotainment system. 49% of all KAMIQs delivered came with the 8-inch Bolero infotainment system on board. In almost a third of the vehicles (27%), the smartphone is charged inductively and connected to the infotainment system via the optional Phone Box. 95% of KAMIQs delivered came with SmartLink, of which 60% were wired version and 40% was wireless SmartLink.
For them, benefit orientation plays a more significant role in the vehicle configuration than for drivers of the stylish KAMIQ city SUV. Some buyers also ordered the Virtual Cockpit, which was installed in 34% of all SCALAs. The Phone Box was installed in a quarter of all SCALAs, and more than half of the vehicles benefit from digital radio via DAB.
81% of all SCALA and 89% of all KAMIQs delivered in 2019 had eight speakers. ŠKODA’s optional sound system, which one in twelve KAMIQ buyers chose for their city SUV, meets even higher demands.
Apr 08, 2020 at 10:08