Volkswagen Group has its sights on 2025 for a broad expansion of its electrified vehicle portfolio. By that time, five of the group’s all-electric vehicles will be wearing a Skoda badge … compared to none today. Skoda starts now with the Vision E, a sporty electric crossover that represents its first effort in the electric vehicle space.
We looked at the Skoda Vision E briefly last month before all the details were made available and touched on it again in our Auto Shanghai round-up. It’s worth taking a deeper look now, though, given that the concept previews not only Skoda’s electric vehicle intentions but also its autonomy plans and design language direction.
“The Skoda Vision E is our company’s first purely electric vehicle that also allows for autonomous driving at Level 3,” Skoda CEO Bernhard Maier said during the car’s debut. “With the Vision E we have transferred features typical of Skoda into a fully electric vehicle: the new Skoda design language with a generous amount of interior space, innovative technology and the latest assistance systems, as well as numerous ‘Simply Clever’ features.”
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