Skoda decided on the date and place of the debut of the coupe-shaped Skoda Vision GTMay 25, 2019
Coupe-crossover Skoda Vision GT will be presented next month, while in the quality of the concept.
It became known that the Czech company Skoda will bring the concept of the coupe-like crossover Vision GT to the auto show in the Chinese Shenzhen. The premiere of the novelty will be held in June. The brand does not provide any additional information about its “debutant”, keeping the intrigue and stirring up the fans’ interest in the upcoming presentation. By the way, on the eve of the press service of the automaker posted a schedule for entering the market of new production models. This list also included a cross with a GT index. According to the automobile publication Autohome, the Vision GT is considered the prototype of the serial Skoda Kamiq GT in the cross-coupe body, by analogy with the already sold Kodiaq GT.
According to foreign auto experts, Kamiq GT will be distinguished by a sloping roof, as well as a new glazing line. But on the technical side serious reforms are not expected.
The usual budget compact cross-country Skoda Kamiq became available for purchase just over a year ago. This model is driven into motion by a one-and-a-half liter 110-strong “aspirated” operating in tandem with either a five-speed “mechanics” or a six-speed automatic gearbox. Four-wheel drive such a crossover was not laid. Coupe version, in all likelihood, also will not become all-wheel drive. But experts do not exclude the possibility of the appearance in the motor line of the new turbocharged power unit.
For standard Kamiq in China they ask for at least 109,900 yuan. The basic price tag on the cross-coupe will be higher. Skoda Kamiq GT will enter the market at the end of this year.
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