Skoda has printed its new Vision X concept in design sketches, with the hybrid small SUV previewing a production model of a identical measurement that is because of arrive subsequent 12 months.
The Vision X is described as an 'city SUV', hinting on the model’s on-road focal point, corresponding to the Nissan Juke. It will input production as the emblem's 3rd SUV line, sitting beneath the Karoq and Kodiaq.
Skoda showed that the model will use the styling theme of the Karoq and Kodiaq and take it to any other marketplace phase, so the production model isn't prone to stray some distance from the Vision X's glance.
The 20in alloys usually are made smaller, whilst the minimalist inside will probably be changed by means of a extra typical sprint, ruled by means of a central infotainment display – a way smaller, integrated unit than the only at the concept.
Rather than being in keeping with the Skoda Fabia, the Vision X will probably be constructed at the MQB A0 platform, which additionally underpins the Arona and Volkswagen T-Roc. The names Amiq and Anuq have each been trademarked prior to now, however would dollar Skoda's new conference for production SUV names starting with 'Okay' and finishing in 'q'.
Engines usually are shared with the smaller automobiles within the Skoda vary, so a mixture of 1.zero and 1.five TSI engines and the 1.6 TDI are to be anticipated. The Vision X's hybrid powertrain has but for use in any production fashions, then again.
A facelifted Fabia will probably be on show along the Vision X on the Geneva motor display, however the small hatchback stays at the identical platform. An MQB-based Fabia gained’t arrive till no less than 2021.
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