Skoda’s VisionC concept will debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Sunglasses at the ready.
This will be your news story of the day if the idea of a bright green futuristic Skoda does it for you. The VisionC concept, which will debut in Geneva, is designed to showcase ‘the next evolutionary step in Skoda design’ and has the brightest green paintjob known to man.
The Skoda VisionC is the manufacturer’s first five-door coupe chassis. It features lots of contoured and convex surfaces and ‘sharp, precise’ lines that are meant to show a striking interaction between light and shadow. Four people and their luggage can be accommodated.
It will be built on the VW MQB platform that underpins the Skoda Octavia and VW Golf and is powered by a 1.4-litre direct injection engine that can run on natural gas. CO2 emissions are 91g/km and fuel efficiency is a claimed 72mph while sipping on natural gas.
“We are signalling the next stage in the evolution of ŠKODA’s design language with ‘ŠKODA VisionC’, and thus highlighting the dawn of the brand,” Skoda CEO Prof. Dr. h.c. Windried Vahland commented.
“The vehicle demonstrates the company’s outstanding design and engineering expertise, and underpins the dynamism and value of one of the world’s longest-established automotive companies,” he added.
Skoda’s VisionC will sit between the Octavia and Superb in the range. Scroll on down for the images.