Skoda Vision 7S Concept interior teaser showcases new design language


The all-electric Vision 7S is the first concept car to preview Skoda’s all-new design language!

Skoda Auto announced its new design language at its annual press conference in March earlier this year. And today the Czech brand presented its very first preview a teaser of the upcoming Vision 7S Concept. As its name suggests, the Vision 7S gives us a glimpse of an all-new versatile interior architecture, spacious enough to accommodate seven occupants in three rows. The minimalist design focuses on the inclusion of durable materials, intuitive controls and digital technologies.

The symmetrical and enveloping design of the interior is highlighted by a wide horizontal dashboard, which extends to the doors. A redesigned steering wheel features integrated haptic controls, as do the door panels. Ambient lighting highlights various areas of the interior, including charging status, and provides appropriate illumination when entering and exiting the car. In addition, there is an integrated child seat, one of Skoda’s main “Simply Clever” features, in the center – the safest place in a vehicle.

The interior also offers two distinct configurations, depending on the mode of the vehicle. In Drive mode, all controls are set to their ideal positions; the central touchscreen is vertically aligned to display all relevant information while driving. In Relax mode, which can be activated while charging or during a stop, the steering wheel and instrument cluster slide forward, while the first and second row seats move back for an even more relaxed seating position .

While the full reveal of the Concept 7S will give us a first good look at the brand’s new design language, it’s expected to make its production debut on a 2023 model, most likely on a flagship, like the Superb. However, this remains to be confirmed.

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