Skoda unveiled its first coupe VisionC concept at Geneva Motor Show 2014.
Skoda VisionC was draped in the olive green paint shade; the other detailing on the car was done on black to work out a funky yet youth appeal from the metal. The blackened front grille, wider air dam, and all new headlamps as well the fog lamps are fuelled of making a prominent difference for it on the face. At rear, the tail lamps are also distinct from the other Skoda model plates. Overall, the outer attire is quite appealing, and the lines too are drawn seemed fixing the context of coupes rightly. Platform pinned underneath is the VW’s MQB, which is said to be underpinning the company’s other upcoming vehicles as well.
VisionC is a five-door coupe which sits in between the Octavia and Superb. It will hit the production bay by 2016.
However, Vision C is in the conceptual stage, so till the time of hitting production, a lot of changes will be done. And it can be speculated that VisionC may changed the vision of automotive industry after the roll-out.
Skoda will offer engine lineup with a mix petrol as well as diesel depending upon the market conditions.