The Scout sits higher than other Skoda Superb wagons, but isn’t as high as an SUV. There is still a long, elegant silhouette, typical of wagons, but it’s less refined, a bit tougher. It definitely looks more off-road ready.
Inside is quite premium, with black leather appointed upholstery, a leather steering wheel that feels great under the hands, and a very well thought out centre console design, with the multimedia screen fitting seamlessly into the dash and a digital cockpit in front of the steering wheel that keeps things fresh and modern.
There are some brushed metal trims on the dash and doors and nothing feels too plasticky. It’s clean and simple and very minimalist, without leaning too heavily on the screen for functionality - there are knobs for air conditioning which is always a bonus.