Skoda Auto has dropped yet another teaser of the performance-oriented Vision RS concept that will debut at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. The automobile event is scheduled to happen from 4th to 14th October. While the Czech Republic carmaker revealed exterior design sketches a few days ago, this time around we get a glimpse of its interior layout. Read – Skoda Kodiaq RS Is Coming Soon
Interior of the Skoda Vision RS has sporty appeal, thanks to its crystal glass, floating seats with vegan Alcantara covers, unique light effects and Lasvit crystal. The instrument panel has carbon elements and special RS design moniker with lighting effects interacting with the infotainment system touchscreen.
Composed of carbon, the centre console of the vehicle has space-frame design with integrated shift-by-wire DSG operation. What add more to its premium appearance are motor racing inspired loop-shaped door handles and high-tech material. Read: Skoda Karoq SUV – 5 Interesting Facts
To be designed in Skoda’s Prague design studio, the Skoda Vision RS previews the company’s future compact cars’ design language. It also shows the company’s Vision RS motorsport cars design. The upcoming Skoda Vision RS shares its platform with the new-generation Volkswagen Polo hatchback – i.e. MAB A0 platform. This architecture will aid to its overall handling and driving dynamics. The sportier Vision RS is already under development at Skoda Auto Technical Development Centre in Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic.
The Skoda Vision RS concept looks very aerodynamic, thanks to its slim headlamps, bold side creases, roof spoiler and diffuser at the rear. In terms of dimensions, the concept measures 4356mm in length, 1810mm in width and 1431mm in height. It sits on a wheelbase of 2650mm. That means, the sportier Vision RS is bigger than the Fabia and longer than the Europe-spec Rapid Spaceback. Read – New Skoda Octavia, Rapid & Fabia Launch Details Revealed
Skoda Vision RS Design Video
The Skoda Vision RS concept previews the next design phase of the RS performance models. Just so you know, Skoda has glorious 117 years old motorsport tradition. The ‘RS’ performance badge was first introduced with the 180RS and 120RS rally sports cars in 1974. Read – Upcoming Skoda Cars In India
The Czech Republic carmaker unveiled the Skoda Vision X SUV concept at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Based on the MQB platform, the SUV concept features a CNG hybrid powertrain with a 1.5L, 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, two electric motors and a belt driven starter generator. It makes power worth 127 against 249Nm of torque. The Vision X concept based SUV, which will be positioned below the Karoq, will also make its way to India sometime next year.
Skoda Vision SUV Concept Pictures