Skoda showed the first images of the electric cross-coupeFebruary 12, 2019
The premiere of the concept Vision iV will be held at the Geneva Motor Show
The company Skoda has published the first images of the electric concept Vision iV. The public debut of the coupe-shaped crossover built on the MEB platform will be held at the Geneva Motor Show.
As the representatives of the brand say, the novelty will demonstrate the evolution of the Skoda corporate style. The peculiarity of the show car is the luminous strip across the entire width of the body, which, according to the chief designer of the brand Oliver Stephanie, will become the hallmark of all Skoda electric cars. The crossover also got a modified grille with vertical fins, cameras instead of side mirrors, the legs of which resemble shark fins, and 22-inch wheels.
Behind the designers, the traditional C-shaped lights were redrawn, Skoda was inscribed on the tailgate, as in the latest models of the brand, and they also duplicated the front LED strip – it was integrated into the diffuser.
Skoda Vision iV is likely to further develop the ideas embodied in the concept of Vision E 2017. The cross-coupe was built on MEB, equipped with two electric motors with a total power of 306 horsepower and could travel without recharging up to 500 kilometers.
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