The new small crossover's strip tease continues, this time with a revealing look at the new model's interior which has been taken straight out of the Scala hatchback.

Skoda has revealed the cabin of its new Kamiq SUV, ahead of the new model's full reveal at the Geneva motor show early next month.

Just a single image has been shared by the Czech subsidiary of Volkswagen, showing a minimalistic dashboard layout that looks to be pretty much identical to that used in the new Scala hatch.

Available features include a fully-digital instrument cluster, a large touchscreen infotainment system, and a minimalistic approach to physical buttons and dials on the centre stack.

The Virtual Cockpit – as Skoda calls it, like Audi – will measure 10.25 inches, while the company is touting a range of customisation options including configurable ambient lighting and 'Sueda' microfibre cloth for the upholstery.

Skoda has also confirmed some high-end comfort features that will be available for the Kamiq depending on market, including heating for the steering wheel, windscreen, and outboard rear seats.

We also now know some of the Kamiq's physical dimensions. The company has confirmed the new crossover's wheelbase will measure 2651mm, which stacks up favourably against something like the Nissan Qashqai which features 2646mm between the axles – meaning the Kamiq should offer class-leading passenger space.

Meanwhile, the boot volume is rated at 400 litres with the rear seats in place, expanding to an impressive 1395L with the second row folded. By comparison, the space leader for the class, the Honda HR-V, offers 437L and 1462L with the rear seats in use/folded respectively.

Stay tuned for more Skoda Kamiq details in the lead-up to the Geneva motor show, which kicks off on March 5.

Australia

Speaking with CarAdvice, Skoda Australia's communications boss, Paul Pottinger, indicated we can expect to see the Kamiq in local showrooms early next year.

"We would hope to see Kamiq in showrooms around the end of quarter one next year, shortly after the Scala arrives," he said.