The Vision E is fractionally larger wheelbase with extremely spacious interior. Because it’s an SUV-coupe, there’s the typical sloping roofline, and much talk of dynamic silhouettes.
Vision E concept
Vision E concept is a five-door SUV-coupe and the company’s first all-electric car.
Skoda has fitted the Vision E with two electric motors (one on the front, one on the back) for four-wheel-drive, with a set of lithium-ion batteries and a total system output of 225kW. In horsepower speak, that’s a smidge over 300bhp, which isn’t too shabby at all. There’s a claimed 311 mile range and a top speed of 112mph.
This Skoda will drive itself in traffic, can autopilot on motorways, overtake, stay in its lane or swerve, and hunt down that elusive free parking spot. There are many sensors packed on board to allow this, along with many cameras looking around at stuff.
The first Skoda all-electric car will debut in 2020.