Skoda spoke about the premieres at the Geneva Motor ShowMarch 1, 2019
Skoda announced a number of premieres at the Geneva Motor Show in March. So, the public will show a conceptual electric crossover called Vision iV. The car will be built on the modular platform MEB concern Volkswagen, designed specifically for cars with all-electric power plants.
Judging by the teaser images, the novelty will receive a roof with a falling line, large 22-inch aerodynamic lightweight wheels, as well as external cameras with bodies in the form of shark fin, which will replace the traditional side mirrors. The absence of the central pillars may indicate that the concept car will have rear curtain doors opening against the direction of movement (suicide doors).
Another premiere at the motor show will be a new compact crossover called Kamiq. In the model range of the Czech brand car will take place below Karoq and Kodiaq. The design of the model was made in the style of the Vision X concept. The 1.0-liter TSI gasoline engine with three cylinders entered the motor range of the novelty. Capacity of the unit is 95 liters. with. and 175 Nm of torque. Also, customers will be offered the same engine, but with a return of 115 liters. with. and 200 Nm of torque. Top Kamiq versions will be offered with a 1.5-liter TSI gasoline engine. Capacity of the unit is 150 liters. with. and 250 Nm of torque.
In addition, the crossover can be equipped with a four-cylinder diesel engine of 1.6 liters. The output of the unit is 115 liters. with. and 250 Nm of torque. A gas version of the Kamiq with a 1.0-liter G-Tec engine (90 horsepower) will also be available.
Also in Geneva you can see the Scala hatchback, the production of which is already underway at the company in Mlada Boleslav (Czech Republic). The novelty is the first model of the Czech brand, which is based on the modular chassis MQB-A0 of the Volkswagen concern. The overall length of the car was 4362 mm, width – 1793 mm, and height – 1471 mm. The size of the wheelbase is 2649 millimeters. Skoda Scala will be available with a fully digital 10.25-inch Virtual Cockpit dashboard. The company claims that this is the largest virtual dashboard among cars of the compact segment.
In addition, the auto show will present an updated version of the racing hatchback Skoda Fabia R5, which received changes in the style of the civilian version of the hatchback. Also at the motor show will be presented special versions of crossovers Karoq and Kodiaq with new options. Another premiere in Geneva will be a “two-wheeled concept” with an electric power plant.