VisionS – SKODA’s new, powerful design language for the SUV
Let’s take a peek at the future of the SUV, ŠKODA style, with the ŠKODA VisionS. First shown at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the concept ŠKODA VisionS drew the attention of everyone interested in the new design language for the next generation of the ŠKODA SUV portfolio.
ŠKODA has announced that it intends to increase the range of SUV models it has on offer and has set out a clear direction for those new models with the VisionS. Indeed, the first of these, expected to be called the SKODA Kodiaq, is due to be on show at the Paris Motor Show in October and we hope to have it on sale in our showroom early in 2017. The VisionS is the SUV version of the VisionC design language first seen in 2014. Take a look at the photos below and see where ŠKODA VisionS could be taking your next ŠKODA SUV.
SKODA VisionS Concept Photos
The VisionS concept is larger than the New SKODA Yeti, offering three rows of seats and a spacious interior that easily accommodates six people, although the Kodiaq is expected to have seven seats. The VisionS on show at Geneva was a four-wheel drive plug-in hybrid with a 0-62mph time of only 7.4 seconds and capable of 148mpg from its 1.4-litre petrol engine combined with two electric motors, producing 222bhp and with a total range of up to 621 miles. Clear, precise lines and sharp chiselled features define the external design. At the front, contoured plastics predominate and crystalline elements throughout the exterior design are a constant reminder of the Czech tradition of crystal-glass design. Inside, the VisionS benefits from generous capacity for digital networking and infotainment for both the driver and the passengers.