Customers can't get enough of SUVs and crossovers, and the VW Group happily obliges by rolling out one after the other.
At the Geneva Auto Show, it'll launch no less than three models: the Audi Q2, the Seat Alteca and the Skoda VisionS.
The latter has, so far, been teased only in three sketches, to which it has now added a fourth one.
Like the Ateca, it will use the VW Group's MQB platform and will be closely related to the new Tiguan.
The production version is expected to be called the Kodiak and will get front-wheel drive as standard. More expensive variants will be equipped with all-wheel drive, similar to what Seat offers on its first SUV, and it will probably gain a six-speed manual and a DSG too.