With the first exterior sketches of the Vision 7S concept study, Skoda is showing additional details of its new design language. The drawings show a view of the car body. The exhibition presents a powerful SUV with an original front end and T-shaped headlights.
Exterior sketches of the concept electric vehicle show a redesigned front end. The significantly wider and flatter grille is closed and has a contrasting dark colour. The headlights, far pushed out to the edge of the car, are located in two rows one above the other, and a sharply defined strip of daytime running lights above them extends sideways to powerfully flared fenders.
On the hood, you can determine the lines characteristic of Skoda. The brightly redesigned bumper is characterized by seven vertically arranged air intakes, the central one of which has an orange insert. The lower part of the apron has an aluminum bottom protection. Large aerodynamically optimized wheels underline the confident look of the Vision 7S. The side view is characterized by clear surfaces and a gently sloping rear roofline.
A previously released teaser of the Vision 7S interior shows a spacious car with a variable cabin architecture that can accommodate up to seven people. According to the designers, eco-friendly materials are typical for a minimalist interior. The salon has two configurations: "Drive" and "Relax". Relax mode can be activated while loading or parked, then the steering wheel and instrument panel move forward, while the first and second row seats move back for a more relaxed sitting position.
By 2030, Skoda wants to become one of the top five best-selling brands in Europe with attractive offers in the entry-level segments and other electronic models. The electric vehicle range of the Czech Volkswagen subsidiary is currently represented by the electric Skoda Enyaq iV.