A couple of new renderings with the Skoda Snowman are showing us what this may look like once it will be ready for its official unveil.
The development of a larger crossover by Skoda has been rumored for the last couple of years and the model in question is still almost a year away from its official presentation. However, generic that doesn’t mean that we cannot talk about it, nurse or see what it may look like, malady thanks to images like the ones posted below. The photos have been signed by RM Car Design and are providing us with a more real look on the upcoming midsized vehicle signed by the Czech based automaker, which will be based on the MQB platform once it will be ready.
According to some recent reports, the upcoming Skoda Snowman will be sitting above the current Yeti, in the company’s lineup, and it should get a variety of petrol and diesel engines under its hood, with some of them being borrowed from the Octavia and Superb. Don’t get used to the Snowman moniker because Skoda didn’t announce it as the model’s official name at this point. The new crossover is believed to stand at approximately 4.6 meters in length and to come with a 5-seat layout in standard, and with two extra seats offered in the higher-end versions. A public debut of the vehicle is expected to be made sometimes next year so don’t act too surprised if you will see it at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.