The official design sketches of the large SUV have been disclosed and next month a near production preview will arrive.
Skoda has revealed the official design sketches of the large VisionS SUV concept. The concept will be revealed completely at the Geneva motor show next month. The concept design shows an all-new preview of large seven-seat SUV.
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The VisionS SUV will be called the Kodiaq. The near-production preview will come at the Geneva Motor show. The VisionS is said to give us our first glimpse of the large SUV that will sit above the current Yeti.
The concept is 4700mm long, 1910mm wide and 1680mm high. The VisionS will have three rows of seats that offer space for six. The concept production version will offer space for seven.
The concept will draw its styling cues from the 2014 VisionC concept. The VisionS SUV concept sports a wide Skoda grille. Also supported are four swept-back LED headlights.
Additionally a large full-length lower air intake is present. The intake dominates the lower bumper and lead to another pair of intakes.
The concept car is aimed for a large family. The roofline of the VisionS dips towards the back of the car. Similarly a rear spoiler, twin exhausts and impossibly large alloy wheels complete the look. The look aims for a sporty ’lifestyle’ look and feel.
The concept is based on the VW Group’s MQB platform. The production version of the Skoda SUV will be developed alongside the equally large Volkswagen CrossBlue.
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The VisionS will have a four-cylinder turbocharged petrol and diesel engine. A diesel-electric plug-in hybrid will be joining the range later on. The production version of VisionS will arrive by 2017.