- Evolution: Design Study ‘ŠKODA VisionC’ the next stage of development in ŠKODA’s design language
- Design: Expressive, dynamic, emotional
- Concept: ŠKODA takes on first five-door coupé body design
Mladá Boleslav, 5 February 2014 – Premiere at the Geneva Motor Show 2014: The highlight of ŠKODA’s appearance at Lac Leman this year will be to present the spectacular ‘ŠKODA VisionC’ design study, with which ŠKODA’s dynamic model & design development of the last few years moves into the next stage.
The next evolutionary step of ŠKODA’s design language underpins the dawn of the brand. During the course of the most comprehensive model campaign in corporate history, ŠKODA is renewing and broadening the entire range of models. The design of ŠKODA cars is playing an ever more important role and shows the brand’s emotional vibrancy and power. The design language of the dynamic and elegant five-door coupé is taking the leading role in the next evolutionary steps: ŠKODA’s design is becoming more expressive, dynamic and emotional. At the same time, the five-door coupé study shows the possibility of innovative body concepts
- is one of the longest-established vehicle production companies in the world. Since 1895, the Czech headquarters in Mladá Boleslav has seen the production firstly of bicycles and then, shortly afterwards motorbikes and cars.
- currently has seven passenger car models: Citigo, Fabia, Roomster/Praktik, Rapid, Octavia, Yeti and Superb.
- delivered around 920,800 vehicles to customers worldwide in 2013.
- has belonged to Volkswagen since 1991. The VW Group is one of the most successful automotive groups in the world. ŠKODA, in association with the Group, independently manufactures and develops vehicles, as well as components, engines and gear transmissions.
- operates at three locations in the Czech Republic, produces in China, Russia, Slovakia and India mainly through Group partnerships, as well as in Ukraine and Kazakhstan through local partners.
- employs over 26,400 people globally and is active in more than 100 markets.