FURTHER changes are being made to the Skoda Karoq medium-sized SUV which include all models now being fitted with an eight-inch digital display.
Following the introduction of a facelifted version earlier this year the Czech car maker is now introducing a number of alterations to the line-up.
The revised Karoq range now consists of three trim grades, SE Drive, SE L and SportLine and three petrol and two diesel engines.
Prices for the new Karoq range from £26,255 for the 1.0 TSI SE Drive model up to £37,725 for the range-topping SportLine 2.0 TSI 190ps DSG 4x4.
Among the updates is a new eight-inch Digital Display that replaces the multifunction trip computer and analogue dials across all trim levels. The new display offers drivers the option of three layouts - tachometer, rev counter and digital with the ambient lighting colour reflected in the display and side sections.
Skoda has also updated its range of option packages with a new Travel Assist Package Plus, which includes adaptive cruise control, front assist with emergency braking, blind spot detection, traffic sign recognition, lane assist and traffic jam assist, as well as usb-c port for rear view mirror, available on the SportLine model for the first time.
A Safety Package, which includes front and rear curtain side airbags and Crew Protect Assist, is also available for the first time.
The updated Karoq is available with four engine options - three petrol and two diesel.
The petrol range consists of a 1.0 TSI unit that develops 110ps, a 1.5 TSI motor that produces 150ps and a range-topping 2.0 TSI 190ps DSG 4x4 engine.
The diesel line-up features a 2.0 TDI with outputs of 116 and 150ps. As with the petrol range, the higher power unit can be fitted with a seven-speed DSG transmission. The 2.0 TDI can also be specified with four-wheel-drive on SE L and SportLine trim levels.
All five engines come from Skoda's parent the Volkswagen Group and are from its range of EVO engines which feature a number of engineering enhancements to further improve efficiency