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Stefan Baldauf /Guido ten Brink
Skoda Karoq Scout and Sportline (2018)
The Sportline interior features black sport seats with silver contrasting stitching and lumbar supports. The multifunction sports steering wheel has a cover made of perforated black leather, the seams are set off in silver. Pedals with stainless steel applications, a black headliner, black roof pillars and an LED package with ambient lighting round off the sporty appearance.
The drive options of the Sportline also focus on driving dynamics. The Karoq Sportline of the 190 HP 2.0 TSI engine with manual transmission and front-wheel drive. The second petrol engine is the 1.5 TSI with 150 PS, optionally with DSG and all-wheel drive. On the diesel side, the 2.0 TDI with 190 and 150 PS is available. The big diesel generally comes with DSG and all-wheel drive, the small one only gets both optionally.
Also in the interiorthe Skoda Karoq Scout set itself apart from its standard brothers. So he wears new seat covers and black and brown contrasting seams. With the exception of the Vario-Flex rear seat, all seats have an embroidered Scout logo. The multifunction leather steering wheel, the pedals with stainless steel applications and the LED package with ambient lighting round off the standard equipment.
The new Skoda Karoq Scout is available with four different engines - one petrol and two diesels. The 1.5 TSI petrol engine has an output of 150 hp and is coupled with a 7-speed direct shift gearbox (DSG). The 2.0 TDI, also with 150 hp, has a manual 6-speed gearbox as standard, but can also be coupled with a 7-speed DSG as an option. The top engine in the Karoq Scout is the 2.0 TDI with 190 PS and standard 7-speed DSG.
The Sportline and Scout models can be ordered from mid-December 2018. HP gasoline engine and front-wheel drive at 30,520 euros, the Karoq Scout is available in conjunction with the 150 HP gasoline engine, DSG and all-wheel drive from 33,640 euros.