Skoda VisionC Design Concept Geneva debut
Functionality, exclusivity, and optimised aerodynamics are what the new ŠKODA VisionC Design Concept is all about. Debuting at Volkswagen Group Night on the eve of 2014 Geneva Motor Show, new ŠKODA VisionC Design Concept is a five-door coupé with expressive styling and dynamic features.
SKODA VisionC Design Concept is a five door coupe designed by ŠKODA Chief designer Jozef Kaba? and team who have given the coupe well defined exteriors and comfortable and well appointed interiors to comfortable seat upto 4 adults with luggage. Sporting a dynamic exterior makeup with wide radiator grille, distinctive headlamps and fog lamps, the bonnet is elongated and extended in an arc from the A pillar to the headlamps and radiator grille.
Interiors are comfortably appointed with state of the art material. Infotainment system consists of large displays for both passengers and driver and is fully programmable with a large 3D display. Air conditioning controls are seen under the screen on a decorative glass surface on its center console. Light line emphasizes the transition between dashboard and doors adding more breadth to the vehicle and it continues over the width of door, armrests and ends at the seat belt tensioner.
ŠKODA VisionC Design Concept is powered by CNG petrol engine options with a 1.4 TSI 81 kW turbo engine. On natural gas, the vehicle consumes 3.4 kg or 5.1 m3 CMG per km equating to CO2 emissions of 91 g/km and capable of meeting stringent EU2020 CO2 emission standards.