Skoda's VisionS will make its debut at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show. This VisionS, where 'S' stands for SUV, is the carmaker's SUV design study that will preview their upcoming new sports utility vehicle.
The VisionS is an extension of the VisionC design language that was first unveiled in 2014. The images released show the fascia sporting a wide grille and four tapered and high-set LED headlamps. Skoda has paid tribute to the Czech art of crystal-glass design by incorporating crystalline elements in the logo and the vertical struts in the grille.
The side profile is characterised by a sharp tornado line that runs across the entire length of the body. The squared wheel arches, high shoulder line, sloping roof line and a long spoiler complete the look. A diffuser with large exhaust pipes can be seen at the back and also a reflector running across the width of the rear bumper.
Skoda hasn't named the upcoming SUV yet, but reports suggest it might be named Kodiak. Coming to its dimensions, the new SUV will be bigger than the Yeti and measure 4.7m in length, 1.91m in width and 1.68m in height. It will be offered with three rows of seating arrangement, offering decent amount of space for six passengers. More details will be available at the upcoming motor show next month.