Evolving the tight lines that make up the Czech brand’s new styling language, the VisionC hints at a possible ‘five-door-coupe’ flagship model.
For the Geneva show, the VisionC merges Skoda’s familiar new look with slender headlights and hooked tail-lights, along with a flowing roof, deep character lines and flared guards.
The green hue is an obvious nod to the company’s branding, but also to the concept’s Compressed Natural Gas-powered 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine.
But, despite its speedy looks, the VisionC’s small engine produces just 81kW - enough to get around, but you won’t be winning any drag races.
Little else about the VisionC has been revealed, other than to confirm that this midsized hatch/sedan/coupe will not be going into production anytime soon - although reports suggest we could see a 2016 debut. (Which is it, Skoda?)