The zero-emission Skoda Vision iV is powered by two electric motors – one on the front axle and one on the rear axle.
Czech automaker, Skoda has revealed the all-electric Skoda Vision iV concept ahead of public debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. It is the brand’s first model to be based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular electric car platform. The new model is equipped with all-wheel drive system and two electric motors that produces 225kW (306PS).
In terms of proportions, the Skoda Vision iV is 4,665mm in length, 1,926mm in width and 1,613mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,765mm. The Skoda iV concept features a horizontal light strip that runs across the reinterpreted, wide, covered Skoda grille with vertical slats, flanked by the Matrix LED headlights. Also See – Skoda Kamiq SUV – All Details
The side profile of the Skoda Vision iV is dominated by bold wings and a coupe-like roofline. The doors do not have any handles – just a touch will open them automatically. Instead of wing mirrors, the crossover-coupe gets a 180 degree camera which is relayed in the rear-view mirror. It offers a boot space of 550-litres. At the back, the vehicle gets Skoda’s C-shaped LED tail-lights along with a strip of lights above the rear diffuser. Instead of the logo, the electric tailgate of gets SKODA lettering on it. Also See – Skoda Karoq India Launch & Other Details
The zero-emission Skoda Vision iV is powered by two electric motors – one on the front axle and one on the rear axle. The power of 225 kW (306 PS) is distributed to the wheels depending on requirements, thus providing a dynamic yet safe driving performance. The car offers an impressive range of 500km in the WLTOP cycle. The battery can be charged to 80% in just 30 minutes.
The Skoda Vision iV is equipped with the latest-generation infotainment system, which si compatible with numerous mobile online services including Infotainment Online and Care Connect. The system can be operated using voice command, gestures or the occupants’ smartphones. Adding to it, the Smartphones can also be used as a digital key for unlocking as well as starting up the Vision iV.