Skoda are planning a number of big announcements at the 2019 Geneva Motors Show, including the all-electric Vision iV coupe-SUV and a new small SUV, the Kamiq.
Skoda are gearing up to unveil their latest concept which is set to morph into a produce coupe-SUV in 2021. The Vision iV coupe-SUV will act as a follow-up to the Vision E concept from 2017 and the vehicle is expected to feature a floating infotainment system, a unique two-spoke steering wheel, deep bucket seats and a digital instrument binnacle.
The exterior combines an athletic body, 22-inch aerodynamically optimised wheels and a pronounced coupe-like roofline.
The Vision iV will be based on the VW Group’s new MED platform for electric vehicles and Skoda production cars on this architecture are expected from 2020. Skoda are investing almost £2bn into alternative drive systems and aim to offer more than 10 electrified models by the end of 2022.
Skoda’s next SUV will also be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. The Kamiq will join Skoda’s SUV range as the smallest available model, designed as a sister car of the Seat Arona and Volkswagen T-Cross and a rival for the Hyundai Kona.
The urban crossover model is an ideal companion for someone looking for a sleek urban model that can also handle life in the beyond. The Skoda Kamiq combined the agility and handling of a compact car with the traditional advantages of an SUV – higher seating position, better visibility and higher ground clearance.