Skoda has teased the Vision iV in advance of its unveiling next month. Although the idea is thus far at the drawing board, anticipate the Vision iV to be in the flesh at the Geneva Motor Show to be able to be hfrommong 5 March to 17 March 2019. The upcoming debutant will be based on an MEB platform, borrowed from the determining agency Volkswagen.


In its teaser comic strip, the Vision iV shows an aggressive fascia that is just like the Skoda Scala, but, this time the styling factors are more prominent. The vertically slatted grill inside the center with sharp headlamps makes the ideal vehicle appearance attractive. The lines go with the flow from the front to the back, which provides a sporty essence to the stance. The wing mirrors are replaced with cameras and are housed in a fin-like design—the roofline of the car slopes down, giving it a 4-door crossover look. The ideal vehicle sits on 22-inch wheels, which Skoda claims to be aerodynamically optimized.

Moving to the rear, the idea vehicle has to put styling bits along with a sharp angular layout for the tail lamp and a mild strip that runs alongside the diffuser of the automobile. The boot lid has the producer’s name embossed on it and might light up in pink under braking. The rear bumper is bumper and area panel brings competitive styling, but the most effective time will inform how loyal the production car stays to the teased concept.

There are no details of the concept vehicle’s powertrain; however, inside the year 2017, Skoda showcased the Vision E crossover at the Shanghai Motorshow. The Vision E crossover becomes equipped with electric automobiles in an all-wheel-drive layout. The motor produces 305PS and will select up to 500 kilometers with a pinnacle velocity of 180km/hr. The equal drivetrain with specs is predicted at the Skoda Vision iV.

Over the next four years, SKODA will invest two billion euros in alternative drive systems and new mobility offerings and will have introduced extra than ten electric-powered fashions by way of the stop of 2022.

Internationally, the hybrid Skoda Superb is predicted to debut later this year, and the Vision iV might make it to manufacturing using early 2020. The Czech manufacturer also states that an all-electric powered model of the Skoda Citigo hatchback will debut this yr. Expect the EV Citigo to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show as well.