Skoda to present Vision iV concept vehicle at Geneva

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Skoda will present the Vision iV concept study at the Geneva International Motor Show in March, and has released a pair of design sketches ahead of the debut.

The Vision iV will be the first Skoda based on the VW Group’s MEB architecture, and will feature an electric drivetrain. The OEM is investing €2bn (US$2.2bn) in alternative propulsion and mobility services, and will present more than 10 electric models by the end of 2025.

During 2019, Skoda will launch the plug-in Superb and an all-electric Citigo, while 2020 will see the first production vehicles based on MEB.

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