The Vision iV concept is a four-door crossover coupe features fascinating sporty and emotional lines
At the 2019 Geneva Motor show, Skoda will be presenting its next step towards electric mobility with the Vision iV concept study. The company has released two design sketches of its first vehicle based on the Modular Electric Drive Kit (MEB). The Vision iV concept is a four-door crossover coupe features fascinating sporty and emotional lines. The Skoda Vision iV combines an athletic body, 22-inch aerodynamically optimised wheels and powerfully flared mudguards with a pronounced coupe-like, flowing roofline.
A characteristic tornado line connecting the front and rear emphasises the clean surfaces of the doors without handles. Cameras, whose housings are visually reminiscent of shark fins, take the place of traditional exterior mirrors. The front characterises a reinterpretation of Skoda’s typically wide covered grille, featuring fine vertical ribs and crystalline structures. The horizontal light strip in the upper part of the grille and strikingly large air intakes in the front apron emphasise the sporty appearance. The powerful rear features aerodynamic spoiler edges and crystalline LED tail lights.
2019 marks Skoda’s entry into the era of electromobility. 124 years after the company was founded, the Czech automaker is launching the Superb PHEV with plug-in hybrid drive and fully battery-powered version of Citigo. In 2020, the first production vehicles will follow based on the MEB. Over the next four years, Skoda is investing around two billion euros in alternative drive systems and new mobility services and will have introduced more than ten electrified models by the end of 2022.
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