Czech carmaker, Skoda has completed their new car, the Scala. The Scala is a premium hatchback which will replace the Rapid. But before unveiling the car, Skoda chose a very unique way to tease the car to the audience.
The car doesn’t wear a conventional camouflage wrap but a graffiti. Skoda has hired Chemis, a spray paint artist for this job. The inspiration for the graffiti pattern comes from the Lennon Wall in Prague. The silhouette of Scala very much resembles like a premium hatchback. Moreover, the company has released some pictures of the Scala's interior.
The dashboard looks clean, sleek and modern. There is a large wooden trim on the dashboard and a 9.2-inch infotainment display is present in the centre of the dashboard. The car is expected to come with multiple driving modes and dual-zone climate control. Skoda will unveil the Scala on December 6 at Tel Aviv.