It seems that the Skoda Vision 7S, which carries very important messages from the future, will witness the most radical change of its brand in the recent history.
Skoda, which has attracted attention with the sales success it has achieved with its electric model Enyaq iV recently, announced to the whole world minutes ago its decision to reflect the transformation process in the infrastructure focus to the design. This completely new design approach, which is the basis of the electrical product range that the Czech manufacturer will create in the upcoming period, is making its debut with the Vision 7S. The Skoda Vision 7S, which is presented as a giant 7-seater SUV, is interesting because it is a model that will be carried directly into mass production. This model, which we can see as an alternative to Kodiaq in the new product range focused on electricity, will be before us in 2026 in mass production form.
The first reflections of the Skoda Vision 7S lines in 2024
With this flagship model launched today, the Skoda front introduced its new brand identity and logo for the first time. When we look at the first information that came with the promotion within the brand, we can see that a date has been given for the first model with the new design character called “Modern Solid”. If there is no change, we will see the first Skoda, which will be shaped by this philosophy, in 2024. The Czech manufacturer also announced that this model, which will rise on an all-electric architecture, will be in the compact SUV segment.
Brand officials “It will be a completely different approach…Although it is a concept, the first carrier of the new design language that it launched with the words ” is standing in front of us right now. When we look at the changes in the past process, we can say that we will witness one of the most radical transitions within Skoda itself. The complementary positioning of the “T” shaped lighting groups at the front and rear draws attention in the new lines, where the grille, which has become the symbol of the brand, also received its share from this change. The channel design used in the front-rear bumpers is also among the character-defining elements in the whole scheme. By sharing the information that this structure applied in bumpers will take an active role in the cooling function, Skoda has signaled that it will be carried to mass production, at least in form. When we look at the Vision 7S project from the side, the curves that remind the Range Rover Velar in the rear section can also catch the eye of the enthusiasts. Let’s not forget that the vehicle is bigger than Enyaq in terms of dimensions.
Although the Vision 7S project is a concept, it was a study where we could see some important data on the technical side. It is said that the model, in which a unit with a capacity of 89 kWh is positioned on the battery side, can cover a range of approximately 600 kilometers with this package. The information that the fast charging support in the battery is up to 200kW is also among the ones given in the table. Skoda, which is preparing to renew its current flagships such as Superb and Kodiaq in 2023, will carry out a similar revision move on Octavia in 2024. Especially with the second half of 2023, a serious activity awaits us on the Czech manufacturer’s side.
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