Skoda has released the official teaser photos of the VisionS concept which is set to debut next month at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The Czech automaker said that the VisionS concept previews the brand's future SUV design language. It takes design cues from the VisionC concept, featuring sharp character lines along with an edgy exterior.
Based on the teaser photos, the VisionS concept is fitted with sweptback headlights, a large bumper and a distinctive grill. Turning to the side, the concept has a sloped roofline, angular wheel arches and a sharp 'tornado line' spanning the entire length of the body. The rear on the other hand comes with slim taillights, a roof-mounted spoiler, a diffuser, a muscular bumper and dual exhaust pipes.
In terms of size, Skoda said that the VisionS concept measures 4700mm long, 1910mm wide and 1680mm tall.
The automaker added that the concept has a large interior, featuring three rows of seats and can accommodate up to six occupants.
The Skoda VisionS concept is expected to be built based on Volkswagen's MQB platform.The concept's powertrain details are yet to be released by the automaker.
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