The Geneva Motor Show (5th to 17th March) will play host to ŠKODA's next step towards electric mobility with the VISION iV concept study.
The four-door crossover coupe features fascinating sporty and emotional lines.
This four-door crossover-coupé, another step on the way to ŠKODA’s electric future, is a sportily styled car standing on aerodynamically optimised 22-inch wheels. The car is built on MEB, the Group's modular platform for electric cars. Advanced technology is exemplified by cameras replacing the wing mirrors, which have been mounted on holders resembling shark fins.
The fascia attracts attention with its newly interpreted – but still characteristically broad – grille combining subtle vertical ribbing with a crystalline structure. A striking horizontal light strip in the upper part of the grille forms a link between the headlamps. Huge air inlets rounding of the sporty look are the dominant feature lower down.
"The front wide lighting blade is a brand new feature which will be typical for ŠKODA EVs. It creates the face of this concept car and delivers very modern and up to date look and also supports very strong and confident stance of the car,“ says Oliver Stefani, Head of ŠKODA Design, as he describes one of the design innovations.
At the back of the car, crystalline LED lights have been designed in a new version of ŠKODA’s signature C-shape. The ŠKODA name on the tailgate is written in red backlit lettering. The whole effect is topped off by a light strip running the breadth of the hulking diffuser.
Source - ŠKODA Storyboard,