The ŠKODA VISION <span>i</span>V Is Here

One of the premières that ŠKODA has prepared for the Geneva Motor Show is the electric-only VISION iV study. Take a peek ahead of the official unveiling.

4. 3. 2019 Concepts

The VISION iV is a vision of a fully electric four-door crossover-coupé, the brand’s first car built on a modular platform for electric vehicles (MEB). Its broadness, athletic body and 22-inch aerodynamically optimised wheels instantly draw the eye. The fascia is dominated by a hexagonal closed grille with slender vertical slats and a wide horizontal light strip interconnecting the headlights and giving the car its distinctive look.


The main features at the back are the aerodynamic lip spoiler and the crystalline LED tail lights stylised to form a C-shape. The sporty appearance is underscored by the imposing diffuser with a light strip stretching across the entire width. The overall impression is rounded off by the ŠKODA name in letters backlit in red.


The interior is very spacious and airy without compromising ŠKODA’s signature practicality and user-friendliness. The dashboard, split into two layers, is dominated by a free-standing infotainment system display that appears to be hovering in mid-air. The steering wheel has also been redesigned. In the VISION iV study it has two spokes and features the ŠKODA name in letters.

ŠKODA VISION iV concept study

The centre console can now accommodate two smartphones, which can be interconnected with the infotainment system and can be charged inductively. As there is no tunnel console, it has been possible to create unprecedented amounts of storage space and practical stowage compartments in the car.

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