Skoda Scala 2023: New Compact Car, Know advanced Fetures

Skoda has updated its compact Scala to fill the void left by the Fabia Combi’s absence from the lineup. The VW group compact is renewed in this manner.

The Skoda Scala isn’t the most popular compact car on the market. Despite being overshadowed by models such as the Seat León, Peugeot 308, Kia Ceed, Hyundai i30, or Renault Mégane, which sell up to four times as many units, the brand is not giving up and will continue to bet heavily on one of its traditional vehicles, which, aside from the SUV, is the most commercialized, only behind the Fabia but surpassing the Octavia and Superb.

Thus, Skoda is preparing to launch the new Scala 2023 in the coming months, a model that will also receive an update that could eventually reach other Skoda vehicles, such as the Kamiq, for example. The first camouflaged units to roll out of the final phase of testing are already making the rounds on the web.

New Skoda Scala
New Skoda Scala


The new Scala will be based on an elongated version of the MQB A0 platform, which is already used by the Volkswagen T-Cross, Seat Arona, and Skoda Kamiq SUVs. It will compete, for example, with the VW Golf and Opel Astra, as well as all of the rival cars mentioned at the outset. Its dimensions will be consistent, with a total length of 4.36 meters.

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The new compact will get a major facelift, with a passenger compartment that is always spacious, and with the goal of now also running in the Skoda range as a model that should fill the gap left by the missing Fabia Combi, in order to satisfy the brand’s customers who are looking for this practical and traditional tourism alternative.

Skoda Scala 2023
Skoda Scala 2023

The bumpers and grille, for example, will be new, resulting in a cleaner front design for the Skoda Scala. New LED graphics, inspired by the recently released Fabia, will be among the highlights, while minor changes to the rear bumper and little else will stand out.

Inside, the Skoda Scala will maintain a very appealing environment, with 10.25-inch digital instrumentation and a slightly larger 9.2-inch touch screen on the dashboard. A major software update will be applied to the infotainment system, as well as more connectivity features.

On the mechanical front, the Skoda Scala is now available with a 1.0 TSI 3-cylinder gasoline engine with 95 and 110 horsepower, as well as a 1.0 TGI version with 90 horsepower that can run on both gasoline and CNG natural gas. A 150 hp 4-cylinder 1.5 TSI engine at the top rounds out an offering that already lacks diesel versions. In this regard, there will be no changes for a compact that will be released before the end of the year.

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