Skoda VisionC concept heading to Geneva, previews Octavia CC

by SpeedLux

Skoda has recently released a design sketch of the VisionC concept as the same will be showcased at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

Towards the end of last year Skoda’s chief Winfried Vahland had confirmed company’s plans for a five-door coupe variant of the Octavia liftback and now the company has released a design sketch of a new concept VisionC which will preview the production model. While the Volkswagen CC has a regular trunk, the Octavia CC will likely utilize a more convenient hatch rear.

The concept will look considerably sharper than the regular Octavia and will feature a sloping roof along with a very possible shorter rear overhang which will look more attractive but it may affect the cargo capacity of the car which is expected to reduce.

Skoda has already announced that the model will come out after the next-gen Fabia slated to be unveiled later this year, with sales commencing early 2015. The Octavia CC (name is yet to be confirmed) will probably be a tad more expensive than the equivalent liftback. We can expect the vRS treatment to be applied on this sleeker Octavia as well.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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