Along with Kamiq for step size, wide too Skoda Scala 2023 He begins to reveal restyling solutions that will significantly change the design of the front end. It will do so under the banner of a more attractive style, intervening in the shapes of the light clusters, the applications on the bumper strip and combining everything with the equipment taken from the higher segment models.
Skoda Scala Restyling
Skoda indicates areas of intervention for the Scala’s restyling, which could offer Matrix LED adaptive headlights, for example. We can find other news in the infotainment display, with the latest generation of the connected system.
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All solutions to be revealed at the beginning of August. The first previews, emphatic, as they are supported by the sketches, indicate a change in the front, the headlights partially changing shapes in the lower area, and ditching the triangular cut to follow the angles of the bodywork. The result is a sporty upper, complemented by a wide grille and thick frame. Headlights that will have different graphics of LED daytime running lights.
Continuing the aesthetic change, extensive up to the bumper whose grille extends to full width and vertical sections, is body-coloured, creating a wing-like appearance at the ends.
Adapting to the brand image, at the rear, the various Skoda lettering, affects a volume that welcomes much fewer points of interest for product change.
Dimensions and engines
class C sedan, The 2023 Skoda Scala will continue to express itself with a length of 4.36 meters and offers a very spacious trunk.: 467 liters on petrol engines. The space on the Scala bi-fuel methane is greatly reduced, due to the location of the tanks: 339 liters available.
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Separating the engine that should underscore all the units, so the 95 and 110-horsepower 1.0 TSi petrol turbo (the latter can go up to a power level of 116 hp) and the 1.5 Tsi with 150 hp Evo. The natural gas proposal, the Scala G-tec, will continue to get 90bhp (very low CO2 emissions, from 94g/km for the model on the market today).
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