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Skoda VisionC Concept Aims for Style at Geneva Show

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 2/28/2014 Erick Ayapana

Aside from its blinding green paint, the Skoda VisionC concept, set to debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, is one of the better looking cars to come from the automaker in recent memory. The concept will likely be compared to the Audi A7 more often than not, which isn’t surprising as Skoda is calling the VisionC a “five-door coupe.”

Skoda VisionC Concept Aims for Style at Geneva Show

“We are signaling the next stage in the evolution of Skoda’s design language with Skoda VisionC, and thus highlighting the dawn of the brand,” CEO Dr. Windried Vahland said in a statement.

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Skoda VisionC Concept© Provided by MotorTrend Skoda VisionC Concept The Skoda’s similarities to the Audi A7 are especially apparent from the side profile. From the rear quarter window’s kink, to the multi-spoke rims, the VisionC concept looks relatively premium compared to Skoda’s current lineup of sedans and hatches. The concept’s front end features a chrome-slatted grille, triangular headlights and foglights, and a sculpted hood that rises significantly from the front fenders. The back also features sharp angles, with thin L-shaped taillights that cut through the rear fender and trunk lid.

The midsize, four-passenger VisionC concept is powered by a bi-fuel 1.4-liter turbo-four that runs on compressed natural gas or regular gasoline. With a relatively low power rating of 109 hp, the engine is optimized for efficiency. Look for more details when the Skoda VisionC bows at next month’s Geneva show.

Source: Skoda

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