Škoda revealed the VisionC five-door concept coupe at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The VisionC embodies the design development of Škoda and demonstrates the innovative body concepts of the automaker.

The styling of VisionC takes its cues from Škoda’s new design line developed three years ago. The front end of vehicle is designed with a wide radiator grill and a triangular headlamps and fog lamps. In the lower area, it has a large air inlet that extends over the entire width of the vehicle. The vehicle also has a low-lying front windshield and short overhangs. The side of the VisionC has clean lines and frameless side windows. The rear is highlighted by C-shaped lights that are divided into two parts. The upper part is situated in the tailgate while the lower part is located in the bumper. The 19-inch aluminum wheels rounds up the exterior design of the VisionC concept.

The rear of the VisionC

Škoda says the interior of the VisionC presents design of the future that incorporates interplay of convex and concave surfaces. All instruments and controls are laid out with up to date ergonomic requirements. The centerpiece of the dashboard is designed with a touch sensitive multimedia screen. Visual accents are provided in the doors with backlit crystal decorative elements.

Under the hood is a 1.4 TSI/81 kW CNG and petrol turbo engine which will accelerate the vehicle up to a maximum speed of 214 km/h.