Skoda Kamiq isn’t the only sub-compact SUV that will debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The automaker has released a sketch of another concept which will be showcased at Geneva. Dubbed as Skoda Vision iV Concept, this electric crossover coupe will incorporate Volkswagen’s MEB platform and is the first Skoda model to be based on modular electric platform and is a four-door coupe. It features dynamic lines, fascinating sporty and emotional lines. Proportions of Skoda Vision iV is athletic, and comprises of 22 inch aero wheels flanked by flared wheel arches and sloping roofline.
Other highlights in Skoda Vision iV Concept are rearview cameras, and doors without handles and window frame. On the front of Skoda Vision iV, there is wider Skoda grille with vertical ribs, crystalline structures, and a horizontal light strip in the upper part that connects with the sleek headlights. With the help of large air intakes, it looks menacing from the front. The back of concept features C-shaped crystalline LED taillights, aerodynamic spoiler edges, and light strip above the rear diffuser. Another unique distinctive design patter is Skoda’s illuminated logo in red.
At this point, it is not known if Skoda Vision iV Concept will hit production. However, in the same press released they disclosed they intend to bring more than 10 models by the year 2022. Company will invest over €2 billion in alternative propulsion and new mobility services. Skoda’s first MEB based production electric vehicle will arrive in 2020. Even if we don’t see production version of Vision iV Concept, company’s design boss said that design cues for the concept will be carried in future Skoda EVs.