Skoda Vision X SUV concept revealed

  • Published By: Droom
  • 6 March 2018

The car previews a CNG-Hybrid electric powertrain.

The Vision X SUV has made its debut at the 2018 Geneva motor show. The car is built on the Volkswagen Group’s MQB platform and will be positioned beneath the India-bound Karoq and the Kodiaq. The CNG hybrid system uses a 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine that runs on CNG and drives the front axle with 127hp and 249Nm, and this is assisted by two electric motors.

The system offers front-wheel drive as standard and it can switch to four-wheel drive, when needed. It can cover around 2km in electric-only rear-wheel drive as well. The car can hit 100kph in 9.3sec, with a top speed of 200kph with a claimed CO2 output of 89g/km.

The car also comes with a reserve petrol tank, but that’s more to be able to start the car in very cold weather. The concept promises a range of 644km.

Martin Hrdlicka, Skoda’s head of powertrains, said, “Four-wheel-drive machines make up 10 percent of Skoda Sales. There’s no 4WD in the entry-level A segment, so this can help us offer a car of that size with four-wheel drive."

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