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The design concept, Skoda VisionC celebrated its world premiere of its five-door coupe at the Volkswagen Group Night on the eve of the Geneva Motor Show.


Skoda VisionC, a five-door coupe, is powered by 1.4 TSI/81 kW CNG and petrol turbo engine which will accelerate the vehicle up to a maximum speed of 214 km/h. In CNG mode, the vehicle only consumes merely 3.4 kg or 5.1 m3 natural gas per 100 kilometres, corresponding to a CO2 output of just 91 g.




The coupe’s front has a self-assured and dynamic look. The wide radiator grille and distinctive shape of the headlamps with their tapering triangular form dominate the powerful front end. The headlamp contours are sharp-edged, like cut glass crystals. In combination with the fog lamps, also triangular, they give the car an expressive, three-dimensional four-eyed look.


In the lower area of the front view, a large air inlet – extending over the entire width of the vehicle – emphasises the vehicle’s elegant dynamism.


The bonnet is elongated and is accentuated with longitudinal chamfering to the right and left, extending in a slight arc from the A pillar through to the transition between headlamps and radiator grille.




From the side view, VisionC appears neat with clean lines. The powerful, sleek silhouette, the roofline sloping gently down at the back over the C pillar, the fine flowing lines without visible gradations, frameless side windows and the strong side-transition to the tail – all this is aesthetically pure.


Typically for a Skoda, the lower side window line slopes gradually backwards, sweeping down to the rear side window of the back door.


From the rear-side of the new coupe, the shape of the tail is dynamic, exciting and unexpected. Maximum 3-D design creates a sculpture-like shape with distinctive touch.




Once you enter the car, the Skoda VisionC  is a glimpse of Skoda interior design of the future. Interior and exterior design are in harmony, both asserting the overall impression of a sleek, dynamic and elegant vehicle. Striking interior features include a recurrent elegant interplay of convex and concave surfaces, precise lines and the use of top quality, state-of-the-art materials.


In front of the driver there is a fully-programmable combined unit with a large 3-D display. The attention-grabbing centrepiece of the dashboard is the touch-sensitive multimedia screen which projects gracefully from the dashboard, seeming to be hung-up in the interior. The air-conditioning controls are accommodated under the screen, on the decorative glass surface in the central console.


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