Sitting below the Karoq, the production-spec model of the Vision X is going to be Skoda’s future entry-level SUV expected in 2019. Just like the T-Cross and the Arona, the Vision X is additionally doubtless to be supported the tiniest version of Volkswagen Group’s MQB platform, the MQB.
While Skoda has not unconcealed the name of the production-spec model, we will expect it to start with K and finish with the letter just like the Karoq and therefore the Kodiaq. And like its terminology, the thought has conjointly borrowed styling cues from Skoda’s current SUV lineup like the Kodiaq. The split headlamps, clean and distinguished character lines, the twin-slat Skoda grille and garment taillights are paying homage to the Kodiaq and therefore the Karoq. And if you consider Skoda’s previous SUV ideas, expect the assembly model to not stray too secluded from Vision.
Skoda cabins have continuously had an associate air of art movement to them, the Vision X thought takes things a notch higher. Skoda highlights that the Vision X previews its new interior style language. There’s a low-set dashboard with a separate, horizontally placed massive touchscreen show considering they’re the entire craze these days. Expect the instrument cluster to be absolutely digital just like the Karoq’s too.
Speaking of powertrain options- production-spec SUV is going to be offered with the 1.0-litre TSI and therefore the 1.5-litre TSI EVO turbocharged engines alongside the 1.6-litre TDI diesel motor seen on the Seat Arona. The engines are to be offered with some other alternative of DSG automatic and manual transmissions. Skoda’s baby SUV is unlikely to feature associate AWD system. Instead, Skoda is probably going to project it as associate ‘Urban Crossover’. An analogous setup is additionally anticipated within the Volkswagen T-Cross.
Though it is not official nonetheless, this compact crossover may simply return to Asian country as long as Skoda is within the method of localising the MQB A0. Skoda might bring the Vision X compact SUV to Asian country following the launch of the Volkswagen T-Cross. For now, we’ve got our eyes in the buff on the Skoda Karoq that is anticipated to arrive within the country someday this year.