After releasing a facelifted version of the Karoq earlier this year, Skoda has made several important changes to the car’s specs and trim. The 2023 model year Karoq is in between the Kamiq and the Kodiaq. It has new trim grades and features. Check out more news Stoptechy.
The biggest change is that all trim levels now have a new 8-inch digital display instead of analog dials. The new display gives drivers a choice between three different layouts: a tachometer, rev counter, and digital. The ambient lighting color is reflected in the display and on the side panels. Skoda Karoq SUV Updates.
Skoda has also updated its selection of packages with extra features. On the SportLine model, a new Travel Assist Package Plus is available for the first time. It includes adaptive cruise control, front assist with emergency braking, blind spot detection, traffic sign recognition, lane assist, traffic jam assist, and a USB-C port for the rear-view mirror. A Safety Package is also available for the first time. It has front and rear curtain side airbags and Crew Protect Assist. Skoda Karoq SUV Updates.
There are three gasoline engines and two diesel engines to choose from for the new Karoq. The gasoline range includes a 1-liter TSI engine with 110bhp, a 1.5-liter TSI engine with 150bhp, and a 2-liter TSI DSG 4×4 engine with 190bhp. The diesel lineup has a 2-liter TDI with 116 or 150 bhp. As with the gasoline range, you can order the higher power unit with a seven-speed DSG. On the SE L and SportLine trim levels, you can also get the diesel engine with four-wheel drive. Hyundai Ioniq 5 N will bring out the high-performance next year.