Skoda introduced a new compact crossoverMarch 5, 2018
Skoda has introduced the concept car Vision X, designed to give an idea of the future compact crossover of the Czech brand. The public premiere of the novelty will be held March 6 at the Geneva Motor Show.
The serial version of Skoda Vision X will be built on the MQB platform of the Volkswagen concern, which is already underlying, for example, Seat Arona and Volkswagen T-Roc. The length of the car was 4250 mm, and the height – 1500 millimeters. The size of the wheelbase is 2645 millimeters. Commodity crossover will become the “younger” SUV in the Skoda line and will take a place on the step below Karoq.
The prototype Skoda Vision X equipped with a hybrid powertrain, based on which a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo engine powered by natural gas came in. The unit produces 130 hp and 250 Nm of torque.
The ICE works in pairs with a starter generator with a belt drive located on the front axle, as well as with a 27-pole electric motor on the rear. These units are powered by a 48-volt power supply system with a 1.5-kW lithium-ion battery and a kinetic energy recovery system during braking. In the standard mode, the traction is transmitted to the front wheels, and the rear axle is connected in the event of a sharp acceleration or in order to improve the adhesion to the roadway.
The crossover is capable of accelerating from the seat to 100 km / h in 9.3 seconds, and its maximum speed was 200 km per hour. In combined mode, the Skoda Vision X can drive over 600 kilometers.