Skoda have released teaser images of its compact SUV Skoda Karoq ahead of its world debut.
The Karoq is 4,382 mm long, 1,841 mm wide and 1,605 mm high. Wheelbase for the non all wheel drive version is 2,638 mm allowing a comfortable amount of space inside the car.
Front of the exterior sees the radiator grille surrounded in a chrome trim, crystalline cut full-LED headlights with eight light strips that Skoda are branding as eyelashes.
To the back and the rear lights are fully LED too. The rear lights have a narrow angular C shape.
Boot capacity for the Karoq is 521 litres and increases to 1,630 laters with the rear seats folded down. Optional VarioFlex rear seats can alter capacity when folded up from 479 to 588 litres and can max out at 1,810 litres.
The dashboard features four large vertical air vents with an in-car monitor sat in-between the middle two. Much of the controls have a piano black finish. The LED ambient lighting with 10 different colours helps emphasise the interior space.
The Karoq is part of Skoda’s strategy of introducing more models until 2025 with SUV being the main aim.
The Karoq compact SUV will have its world premiere on 18th May in Stockholm. The car will then arrive second half of 2017.