It will be an electric crossover-coupe with a sharp design.
Skoda has already announced plans for a purely electric Citigo, which will follow the company’s very first electrified model – the Superb plug-in hybrid due most
next month in Geneva.
Skoda will display the new Vision iV concept next month at the same Swiss show.
The teaser images are showing a Skoda crossover-coupe mashup riding on oversized wheels like you’d come to expect from a concept. Conventional mirrors are now side cameras, and there’s no sign of regular door handles. The absence of a B-pillar could be a sign of suicide doors.
The Vision iV embodies Skoda’s latest design language with a focus on sharp lines and edges. It still carrying the corporate front grille despite the concept’s lack of a combustion engine. Overall, it looks like an evolution of the Vision E introduced in 2017, and original concept.
Technical specs are not available at the moment. But the Vision E had dual electric motors with a combined 306-horsepower output, 311 miles (500 kilometers) of range, and a top speed of 112 mph (180 kph).
The public debut of the Skoda Vision iV (after the E, X, and RS) is scheduled for the first press day of the 89th Geneva Motor Show, on March 5.