​ŠKODA Connectivity

As a leading global automaker, ŠKODA has a clear focus on technology throughout its range. That’s why you’re able to choose from several infotainment systems when configuring your model, and each one comes with plenty of unique functions that will better your driving experience.

The New Columbus

Launching in 2020, the Superb iV will offer the latest generation of Columbus, an infotainment system that comes complete with an enhanced level of connectivity. It also has USB-C ports, a wireless SmartLink+ and a built-in eSim to ensure you are always online, wherever you go. 


The 9.2-inch Columbus infotainment system is able to offer you the highest amount of control with a huge focus on value. It comes with Wifi-hotspots, an LTE connection, DVD player, SSD for maps and even 3D navigation too. This system is available with the Superb, Karoq, Octavia and Kodiaq.

The New Amundsen

The Scala and Kamiq feature the Amundsen infotainment system. It’s free-standing and placed directly in your field of vision for added safety. It features 3D navigation, texting into the system itself, and comes with gesture control, optional wireless SmartLink and even a ŠKODA sound system.

The New Bolero

The new generation of Bolero comes with a glass design. It features an 8-inch screen display which is positioned higher than in previous models and comes with a huge range of music and audio equipment, delivered through eight speakers. Bluetooth connectivity and even SmartLink services are available too. This system can be specified on the Scala and Kamiq models.


The original Bolero has an 8-inch communication and text message management system. You’ll also find that the connectivity options are rounded off by the SD card slot, USB slot and even SmartLink+. This system is able to support Care Connect and Emergency Call too. You’ll find it in the Karoq, Octavia, Superb and Kodiaq.
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