Skoda has officially unveiled the updated Karok which gets the usual facelift in honor of mid-life.
The exposed Karaoke features moderate exterior updates, an update to the safety system and a promise to improve cabin conditions.
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Design-wise, there are no revolutions here, of course.
At the front, the headlights are thinner and incorporate full 'Matrix' technology.
Other changes include the new bumper, new grille and more.
There are more changes along the body and also new wheels but the main thing here is talking about improved aerodynamics (0.30 cd).
Under the hood, the Karok gets Volkswagen's more efficient EVO engines.
The supply starts with the 1.0 TSI with 110 hp currently only mated to a manual transmission - making it less relevant to the local market.
Above you can find the 1.5 L TSI which produces 150 hp already offered with the DSG box and seven transmission ratios.
Above these, Skora offers the 2.0 version that also produces 190 hp with a DSG gearbox and adds four-wheel drive.
The cabin has also been updated and among other things, you can find larger multimedia screens here with connectivity and a varied update than before.
An important update of all these, related to the safety systems when in addition to the familiar systems, one can find here also adaptive cruise control that is also fed by the navigation system and an improved front camera in order to improve the capability of the semi-autonomous systems and read signs.
The latest Skoda Karok is expected to arrive in Israel towards the middle of 2022.
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