Skoda will showcase the all-new Scala premium hatchback on December 6, 2018 and while the automaker has already showcased a range of official spy shots and even a side profile, here is the biggest teaser so far. The Czech automaker has officially put out a render of what the new production ready Skoda Scala's interiors will look like. And as expected, the new premium hatchback shares nothing in terms of design language and in terms of hardware with the outgoing model range. The Skoda Scala will have an all digital instrument cluster on the top spec model along with a new large infotainment screen.
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The infotainment screen in particular is tablet like and horizontally set above the AC vents and will measure upto 9.2-inch on the top spec models. The Skoda Scala will also feature a set of trapezoidal AC vents mounted below the screen and above the climate control console. The direction to mount the screen in the driver's line of sight is in conjunction with the likes of the Kodiaq and the Karoq SUV so as not to take the eyes off the driver off the road as far as possible.
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Skoda has also confirmed that the car will get the ability to have over the air updates for the infotainment system and maps along with the ability to lock and unlock the car via a dedicated and secure app based service. Skoda has also said that the Scala will be the first product from the automaker which will 'always be online'
Other details for the Skoda Scala include the fact that the car will be made on the MQB A0 platform that also underpins the likes of the Skoda Octavia. The new Scala will also be very spacious on the inside offering as much room as the current Octavia does in terms of leg space and slightly more head space too along with a massive boot. Five engine options will be available at launch ranging from 90 bhp to 150 bhp along with manual and DSG options.