Ever imagined, how would the Skoda Vision IN concept look like in its coupe-SUV iteration? Check here to discover.
The BMWX6 is widely known as the pioneer in the Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) segment, but it isn't actually the first vehicle to be designed in this way. Three years before its introduction, Ssangyong had introduced its coupe-style SUV, the Actyon, in 2005. Despite the debatable start, this type of vehicles have gradually gained popularity among auto enthusiasts. Many major auto companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, and Toyota have followed the trend. They have manufactured the vehicles in the SAC segment for the mass-market buyers. Skoda showcased its all-new Vision IN in its concept form at the Auto Expo 2020 and is planning to launch the car by June 2021.
The Skoda Vision IN has been rendered to have an edgier and coupe-style appearance.
Although the Vision IN has a butch and attractive appearance, many people still wonder what it looks like in a coupe-style avatar. So, in this article, we are going to present to you a rendered coupe-SUV version of the Skoda Vision IN. The front of the vehicle has been kept unchanged because it is what the Czech automaker takes pride in the most and has applied this design to all of its SUVs. As a result, the SUV still receives a rugged squared-off appearance with a massive grille, posh LED headlights and fog lights with an aggressive bumper design. Looking at the profile, the rendered model is a little bit longer than the original product. To lengthen the rear and make the vehicle look proportional, the car needs to fall out of the sub-4-metre length limit. This also means that the coupe-style Vision IN gets a more spacious cabin. While no pictures of the rear are available, sharp and contemporary design is expected. The rear of the rendered vehicle may feature LED taillights, a heavy and thick bumper design, chrome-plated skid plate, a pronounced rear lip, and a sloping windshield.
The standard Skoda Vision is expected to be equipped with a wide range of advanced features.
The standard Vision N is expected to come with some top-notch interior features such as a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 10.2-inch digital instrument cluster, and a panoramic sunroof. The vehicle will receive its power from a 1.0-litre TSI or the 1.5-litre TSI motor depending upon the customer's requirement. The transmission duties will be performed by a 6-speed MT or a 7-speed DSG. Once launched, the SUV is anticipated to have a starting price of INR 10 lakh and will compete against the likes of Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Creta, and Kia Seltos.