Skoda has announced plans to reveal its new concept Vision X at this years Geneva Motor Show in March. The Czech car manufacturer plans to expand its fleet by adding a small SUV. The move is viewed as an expansion into small SUV markets, offering a more affordable option from Skoda.
While current plans include a hybrid motor, Skoda has not announced details yet and is keeping specifications under tight wrap. The Skoda Vision X will be most likely debut in 2019 and will be set below the Karoq, which had previously replaced the Yeti model, and the seven-seated Kodiaq.
Adding a smaller vehicle to the brand also has allowed Skoda designers to tread on new ground, and the design has been heralded as both “expressive”, as well as representing an advance in the brands design language. Externally, as well as internally, the design features shall speak to a younger audience.
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