The Czech automaker under VW patronage has continued the teasing game for its upcoming VisionS concept that will be officially presented to the world during the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The prototype will reach the worldwide audience on March 1 and the VisionS concept is essentially a preview for the soon to be released crossover SUV that is allegedly being labeled as the Kodiak. The automaker has decided to keep the hype going by being secretive about more details but we do know the model will feature the latest iteration of the company’s design language and sport a massive grille, sleek headlights and a big lower air intake. The prototype is also brimming with elements that may not find their place on the production version – sharp character lines, a sloping roofline and bulging alloy wheels. We have no idea yet what the interior would look like but the brand has for now said the prototype will sport a three-row, six seat arrangement.
Aside from delivering another teaser image, Skoda has also introduced a new video series which focuses on the automaker’s new design language which was first promoted by the VisionC concept from the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. With Skoda chief designer Jozef Kaban as the star of the videos, the four part miniseries will highlight the inspiration, development, and refinement of modern Skoda vehicles. The first part is called “Inspiration” and Kaban reveals Skoda uses a “crystalline” design with sharp lines and dynamic stances for the shapes.