Skoda teases Vision RS interior ahead of its launch
The five-door concept car is going to debut at the upcoming Paris motor show
Skoda is teasing more and more of its concept car, the Vision RS, before the official unveil at the upcoming Paris motor show. Earlier, the Czech carmaker had revealed a couple of sketches which gave us an idea of how the car looks and how big it is. Now though, the carmaker has released another sketch of the Vision RS, but rather than showing us the car in full flesh, Skoda has shown us how the interior of the Vision RS will look like.
There’s a generous amount of carbonfibre inside the Vision RS to make it look sporty. And oh, there’s also handmade and specially cut crystal decor from the Czech glass manufacturer Lasvit. Skoda claims that the materials used in the making of the Vision RS have a direct link to the world of motorsports. Bits like the loop-shaped door handles and generous use of carbon draw direct inspiration from them. Well, we will leave it for you to decide whether you think the Vision RS is sporty or not.
Skoda will not only unveil the five-door concept in Paris motor show in October, and will also show us the go-faster version of the Kodiaq with a small ‘vRS’ badge. Even before its official unveiling, the Kodiaq vRS has gotten a lot of attention. Why, you may ask. Well, the 1.7-tonne SUV currently holds the lap record for seven-seaters around the Nurburgring.
The Kodiaq vRS is powered by a 2-litre twin-turbo diesel engine. The TDI motor is capable of producing 236bhp and will sprint from 0 to 100kph in under seven seconds. With a good-looking five-door concept hatchback and a Kodiaq vRS are coming your way, don’t tell us that you are not excited.