For the first time ever, ŠKODA offers a
compact car which combines ŠKODA’s good practical qualities with the
hatchback shape. With its dynamically fresh design, the ŠKODA Rapid
Spaceback is set to address younger
customer segments. Rapid
Spaceback offers the largest legroom (64 millimeters) and the largest
headroom (980 millimeters) in its segment. Likewise, the trunk volumes
are among the
best figures in the segment, measuring 415 liters or 1,381 liters when
the rear bench is folded down.
With its clean, elegant design, this ŠKODA compact SUV is just perfect for city driving, which is underscored by surefooted on-road handling and excellent variability of the interior with a VarioFlex rear seat system. The wide range of available engines, transmissions and optional equipment also enables a Yeti to be “custom tailored”.
Rugged styling features make it clear that Yeti Outdoor feels most at home outside the paved roads. And hand in hand with the adventurous looks comes also the Haldex 5 four-wheel drive. The wide range of available engines, transmissions and optional equipment also enables a Yeti to be “custom tailored”.
Buying a new car is nearly always a compromise between form and
function, style and practicality, quality and cost. The all-new ŠKODA Superb
Combi is an exception to this rule. With a 660-litre boot, the stylish estate
version of our flagship model has the largest boot in the entire class. 31
additional ‘Simply Clever’ features have been specifically designed to
make your life easier. The array of assistance systems available will not only
make travelling safer, but also give you the comfort you and your passengers
would expect from a world-class vehicle. Superior handling, performance and efficiency,
coupled with the latest technological advances ensure that buying a new car is
no longer about making compromises.
› Premiere: Concept vehicle gives outlook on future of electric mobility› Design: ŠKODA VISION E transfers brand-typical design to electromobility › Drive: System performance of 225 kW, range of up to 500 kilometres and possibility of inductive battery charging › Technology: Broad range of technology innovations for autonomous driving at up to 130 km/h, groundbreaking display and control systems with gesture control› Electrostrategy: ŠKODA is to develop five electro-vehicles by 2025
Mladá Boleslav/Shanghai, 18 April 2017 – ŠKODA is looking to the future, presenting a concept vehicle for purely electric and autonomous driving for the first time at the Volkswagen Group Night on the eve of Auto Shanghai 2017 (19 - 28 April 2017). The ŠKODA VISION E study provides an insight into the drive technology, the design and the driving experience of tomorrow. In addition, the concept vehicle impressively underlines SKODA’s endeavours in the field of electric mobility. In the coming years, the brand will promote the electrification of their model range. The company will be introducing five purely electrically-powered cars by 2025, in addition to plug-in hybrid models.
The ŠKODA VISION E study, presented in Shanghai is the first purely electrically driven concept car in the company’s 122-year history. The car’s futuristic design demonstrates ŠKODA’s new design language, developed especially for electric mobility. Among the most striking features are the counter-opening doors, the absence of a B-pillar and the light-flooded interior. The large interior space and many ‘Simply Clever’ solutions show that future electric cars from ŠKODA will feature well-known brand-specific qualities.With a large number of sensors and cameras, the ŠKODA VISION E study is designed for level 3 automated driving. Its advanced monitoring of the environment enables the driver to transfer driving tasks completely to the system on defined routes, for example on motorways. In addition, the concept vehicle has numerous innovative driver assistance systems that ensure maximum safety and comfort, even in city traffic and on country roads. Other enhancements first presented in the ŠKODA VISION E include an operating system with advanced gesture control, including eye tracking for the driver and additional touch screens for the front and rear passengers.The VISION E is based on the Volkswagen Group’s electrification platform. Its two electric motors generate a system output of 225 kW, and the power supply is ensured by a high-voltage battery, whose capacity allows a range of up to 500 kilometres and can be charged both by cable connection and inductively.With the concept vehicle ŠKODA VISION E, the Czech car manufacturer underlines its ambitions in the field of electric mobility. Within the framework of Strategy 2025, ŠKODA will be intensively persuing the electrification of its model range. By 2025, the company will be launching five purely electric vehicles in various segments, in addition to plug-in hybrid models.
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