Škoda presented its new electric concept crossover Skoda Vision 7S. The model represents the new corporate style of the Czech brand and should eventually become a collection.
Skoda Vision 7S
Skoda Vision 7S – The Bigger Brother of Enyaq
The Big Skoda Vision 7S is the Enyaq’s bigger brother and is likely to arrive in 2026. It will be one of three Skoda electric cars that the company will release in the next few years. The other two are small hatchbacks and compact crossovers.
Skoda Vision 7S Concept Car
Skoda Vision 7S will be Skoda’s flagship model and will be built on the same MEB electric platform as other Volkswagen electric cars, including the Volkswagen ID.4 and Audi Q4 e-tron. The concept car is equipped with a battery capacity of 89 kWh, which can provide a power reserve of over 600 kilometers, while the charging capacity reaches a record high 200 kW.
Skoda Vision 7S Received Ultra-Thin T-Shape Headlamps
The car features thin T-shaped headlights at the front and rear, and effortlessly mimics the car’s grille with the classic ICE angular wheel arches. The wheelbase is 3075 mm and the dimensions are 5016 x 1940 x 1888 mm. The crossover has 22-inch wheels with a ground clearance of 242 mm.
Skoda – Six Seats in the Cabin
The six seats are arranged in three rows of two, and the seventh seat is designed for children and is installed behind the front seats to prevent movement. As Skoda says, this is the safest place in the cabin.
The front panel has an 8.8-inch digital instrument panel and a 14.6-inch rotating screen for the multimedia system. The car also got an unusual steering wheel with vertical spokes.