New infotainment systems are being introduced into Skoda’s flagship Superb as well as its Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs for the start of the 2021 model year.
They are based on Volkswagen Group’s third-generation modular infotainment matrix and offer not only the Laura digital voice assistant, but an array of online features too – including Internet radio and wireless SmartLink technology.
Online personalisation means more custom vehicle settings than ever can now be stored in the Skoda Connect account and even transferred to other Skodas.
Modern USB-C sockets are replacing the familiar USB-A ports, and a USB-C above the rear-view mirror is optional.
The range of infotainment functions in the Skoda Scala and Kamiq compact models is also being expanded and upgraded accordingly.