Skoda Vision E-based Car Set To Get Two Variants

Similar to the Kodiaq and the Kodiaq coupe (China only), Skoda Vision E concept-based electric car is all set to get both the variants- SUV and coupe. But, yet it is not clear which variant will be arriving first as the production model’s deliveries starts at the end of 2021.

To create a more sporty appearance, reflecting the emerging vogue of SUVs with coupe rooflines, the Vision E concept has a coupe rear. Both versions will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s electric-only MEB platform, which is used all across the company’s brands.

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Skoda’s sales and marketing boss, Alain Favey, had previously told our sister publication, Auto UK, that the Vision E “gives a very good idea of what the EV will look like.” Internally, the car will adopt the ‘floating’ screen seen in the Vision X concept. Shown previously this year.

In terms of size, both the variants- coupe and standard SUV will sit between the Karoq and Kodiaq and the battery of each will be capable of around a 483-km range. Price will be compared with Kodiaq range mid-to-upper.

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Skoda will launch the electric Citigo-e, after the Vision E-based models, a sibling of Volkswagen e-Up and future Seat eMii. To gain experience in electric cars for its network, the car is mostly deliberated for Skoda, and make sure that dealers and repairers are ready.