Skoda has unveiled its new Vision 7S electric concept crossover. The model embodies the new corporate identity of the Czech brand and should eventually become serial.
The big Skoda Vision 7S is the big brother of the Enyaq, which could hit the market in 2026. It will be one of three Skoda electric vehicles that the company will launch in the coming years. The other two are a small hatchback and a compact crossover.
The serial Skoda Vision 7S will be the flagship of Skoda and will be built on the same electric MEB platform as other electric vehicles of the German Volkswagen concern, including the Volkswagen ID.4 and the Audi Q4 e-tron. The concept car is equipped with an 89 kWh battery that provides a range of more than 600 km, and charging power reaches a record 200 kW.
The car received ultra-thin T-shaped headlights, both front and rear, a small insert that imitates the radiator grill, like a car with a classic internal combustion engine, angular wheel arches. Dimensions are 5016 x 1940 x 1888 mm with a wheelbase of 3075 mm. The crossover received 22-inch wheels and has a ground clearance of 242 mm.
Six seats are arranged in three rows – two for each row, and the seventh seat is for the child and is installed against the direction of travel behind the front seats. This, according to Skoda, is the safest place in the cabin. The front panel has an 8.8-inch digital instrument panel and a 14.6-inch rotary screen of the multimedia system. Also, the car received an unusual steering wheel with vertical spokes.