ŠKODA VisionC. Expressive, dynamic, emotional. Imaginary?

Skoda unveils a new design study, the ŠKODA VisionC, ahead of 2014 Geneva Motor Show debut.

Geneva preview

Given the company’s relative absence in the region, it’s rare for crankandpiston.com to bring you news and/or features on Skoda (one Rapid-based review and an unearthed 935 aside). And yet, in much the same way Volvo threw a curveball with the Coupe Concept last year, Skoda has now done so with a rendering of its new design language: ŠKODA VisionC.

You know as well as I that any finished concept from Skoda will look almost nothing like this: BMW even now might be wondering how the rear end of its 4 Series Coupe ended up on Skoda’s design easel. Fair play to the Czech marque though, the design is a strong message for the ‘most comprehensive model campaign in corporate history’: chiselled headlights, ridonculous alloys, and bonnet lines so aggressive they’re likely to jump off the page and jab you in the eye. We like.

We doubt this five-door coupe will ever exist, in this form anyway. It does though make you wonder what covers Skoda will throw off at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

Source – Skoda

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