The highlight is the multi-level dashboard, which Skoda says was inspired by the front end of the vehicle. It has a tablet-like infotainment system, another screen in front of the driver and a two-spoke steering wheel, with ‘SKODA’ lettering instead of the usual logo.
The lack of a traditional transmission tunnel has allowed Skoda to free up more space between the driver and front passenger, and the study features a compartment that allows two mobile phones to be charged wirelessly. Also, the devices can be integrated into the infotainment and operating system without the need of a cable.
Underpinned by the Volkswagen Group’s electric vehicle MEB (Modular Electric Drive Kit) platform , the new Vision IV uses a zero-emission powertrain, though Skoda hasn’t announced any details just yet.
The concept builds on the Vision E show car, to which it adds a more stylish exterior styling, with a new grille with vertical slats, redesigned bumpers and different lighting signature at both ends. It also has a frameless door design, and the sporty roofline and 22-inch wheels complete the exterior packaging.