- Based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform
- Gets sporty and aggressive design highlights
- To get a 297bhp-producing motor that offers a driving range of 500kms
- Likely to be offered in both two and all-wheel drive options
Czech automaker Skoda has teased the Vision iV concept ahead of its public unveiling at the 2019 Geneva motor show. The battery-powered SUV shares styling elements with the Vision E. The vehicle will be based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform that has been specifically designed for pure-electric vehicles.
Based on what can be seen, the Vision iV concept features full-length LED daytime-running strip-lighting that runs across the new grille and connects both the headlights. The vehicle further gets an aggressive rear section with a prominent diffuser and an updated pair of C-shaped taillights. The Skoda lettering on the back illuminates along with the brake lights and the large bumper with plastic cladding that elevates its sporty appeal.
The Vision E crossover was showcased with two electric motors in an all-wheel-drive system at the 2017 Shanghai motor show. The 297bhp producing motor claims to offer a driving range of 500kms and attain a top speed of 180kms. The Skoda Vision iV is expected to get a similar configuration in both two and all-wheel drive options. More details about the vehicle will be known next month.