Skoda Pavilion at the auto expo this year had a very special concept car on display. The Vision IN SUV concept that will be put into the production line. The Vision IN concept displayed at the expo was close to the production version and we expect to see the same SUV on our roads with minor changes when launched. Here we have a render from Indian Autos Blog that shows what the upcoming Vision IN based SUV from Skoda could look like.
The rendered image looks pretty similar to the concept displayed at the expo. The front of the SUV gets minute changes like the grille. It is unlikely that the production version of the car will get an illuminated grille like the one on the concept. The SUV in artists imagination gets Skoda’s signature grille with gloss black vertical slats in it. The grille is likely to get a brushed aluminium or chrome insert on the outside.
The headlight is again similar to the one that we have seen on the many other Skoda SUV’s and cars. The sharp and sleek looking headlamps with fog lamp right under them. It is similar to the design that we have seen in Kodiaq SUV. The bumper of the car looks muscular and that adds up to the overall look of the car. There is an air dam on the lower part of the bumper along with air intakes on both sides of the bumper. The faux skid plate at the front adds up to the aggressive look of the car from the front.
Coming to the side of the car, main difference that one would notice is the design of the alloys. They now look more road friendly and are likely to be smaller in size than the one seen in the concept. the concept had 21 inch wheels which won’t be there in the production version for various reasons. Next change on the side profile is the addition of door handles and the outside rear view mirrors which is missing in the concept. It is not known what all changes would there on the rear but going by Skoda’s design language it is safe to assume that Skoda won’t be disappointing us.
Production version of the SUV will be powered by a BS6-compliant 1.0-litre (115PS/200Nm) TSI petrol engine that will be made locally in India. This will replace the current 1.2 litre workhorse. There will also be a bigger, more powerful 1.5-litre TSI unit with 150PS/250Nm.