Geneva Motor Show 2016: Skoda VisionS is firm's first big SUV

Published 01 March 2016

The Skoda VisionS may be labelled as a concept, but make no mistake, this car that's being shown as a concept at the Geneva Motor Show will be on sale next year and named 'Kodiak'.

The VisionS is a six-seater with three rows of two seats and is 4.7 metres long. It will sit above a brand new Yeti in the line-up and is likely to be priced from £25,000.

It's a smart looking SUV, with a new clamshell bonnet and a distinctive rear tailage. Expect this to be carried over to the next Yeti (and other potential Skoda SUVs too). 

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This Geneva Motor Show concept features a four-wheel drive petrol-electric 1.4-litre hybrid engine, which produces 154bhp, matched to a 54bhp electric motor and a six-speed DSG automatic gearbox. There's also a second electric motor on the rear axle that can provide a total 114bhp output. When the two work in tandem, there's an overall output of

When it goes into production, the engine range is likely to feature a 1.4-litre turbo petrol, plus 1.6 and 2.0-litre diesels, with a variety of outputs, including the 237bhp twin-turbodiesel from the Volkswagen Passat.



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