Home Vídeos 2019 Skoda Karoq Scout – New Off-Road Variant Of The Compact SUV

2019 Skoda Karoq Scout – New Off-Road Variant Of The Compact SUV

562
0

2019 Skoda Karoq Scout – New Off-Road Variant Of The Compact SUV. 2019 Skoda Karoq Scout – Drive, Interior and Exterior. Subscribe.

With the new SKODA KAROQ SCOUT, SKODA is expanding the successful compact SUV’s model portfolio by adding a variant with even more off-road potential. Plastic elements protect the elegant body all around both when travelling in the city and on rougher terrain. The all-wheel drive and Rough-Road package as standard also make the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT perfectly equipped for off-road use.

The choice of engines for the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT includes one petrol and two diesel engines, all of which are coupled with all-wheel drive. Striking silver body sections at the front, rear and sides as well as the 18-inch polished Braga alloy wheels in anthracite emphasise the rugged appearance. In the interior, the multifunction leather steering wheel and the optional virtual cockpit are immediately eye-catching. The LED package with ambient lighting allows the atmosphere in the interior to be customised. The optional SmartLink+ technology provides comprehensive connectivity options in the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT. The system allows Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink™ and SmartGate to be integrated into the car. SKODA Media Command allows the infotainment system’s functions to be controlled on up to two connected tablets. The SKODA Connect mobile online services consist of Infotainment Online and Care Connect as well as Emergency Call.

As you would expect from a SCOUT model, the three engines available for the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT are all coupled with all-wheel drive. Depending on the surface conditions, this fifth-generation intelligent all-wheel drive distributes power to individual wheels variably, thereby providing traction even on unsealed roads and additional safety on slippery terrain. Several sensors (e.g. for wheel speed, steering angle, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, accelerator pedal position, engine speed) continuously evaluate the current driving situation, while the all-wheel-drive electronics take all of the incoming parameters into account. When travelling at a steady speed, it is predominantly the front axle that is driven, which reduces fuel consumption. The Rough Road package including underbody protection for the engine and to protect against stone chippings makes driving on rougher terrain even easier.

All of the efficient and environmentally friendly engines fulfil the Euro 6d-TEMP standards. The 110 kW 1.5 TSI petrol engine (150 PS) is the entry-level variant and comes with a 7-speed DSG and a petrol particulate filter as standard. In addition, there are two diesel engines which both come with an SCR catalytic converter with AdBlue injection as well as a diesel particulate filter. The 110‑kW 2.0 TDI engine (150 PS) transfers maximum torque of 340 Nm to the wheels via a manual 6-speed transmission – which comes as standard – or an optional 7-speed DSG. The most powerful SKODA KAROQ SCOUT is powered by a 140-kW 2.0 TDI engine (190 PS). For this version the 7-speed DSG comes as standard.

The Sound Generator function, which provides occupants with an impressive and more unique note, is newly available for the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT with the 140-kW 2.0 TDI engine. The Sound Generator function is exclusively available with Driving Mode Select and is therefore part of the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT’s standard equipment.

When the car is equipped with the optional virtual cockpit, the driver can adjust how the instruments are displayed to suit their preferences. Driving Mode Select features an additional Off-Road setting for rougher terrain. The driver can use various display modes for this configuration.

The optional SmartLink+ technology provides comprehensive connectivity options in the SKODA KAROQ SCOUT. The system allows Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, MirrorLink™ and SmartGate to be integrated into the car. SKODA Media Command allows the infotainment system’s functions to be controlled on up to two connected tablets.

The SKODA Connect mobile online services consist of Infotainment Online, Care Connect and Emergency Call. Infotainment Online services include, for example, Online Traffic Information, and the Care Connect services include the Proactive Service function. If necessary, Proactive Service establishes a connection to customer care or a garage. The Emergency Call can be made manually; however, it will automatically call for assistance when the airbags or belt tensioners have been deployed. Using a Bluetooth interface, digital devices can be paired with the vehicle, and mobile phones can be charged wirelessly in a Phonebox if necessary.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here