Skoda has released a new teaser image of the VisionS concept. Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1st, the VisionS concept previews an upcoming crossover that could adopt the Kodiak moniker. The company is keeping details under wraps but the latest teaser image reveals the model will have a prominent grille, slender LED headlights, and a large lower air intake.

Skoda has released a new teaser image of the VisionS concept.

Set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1st, the VisionS concept previews an upcoming crossover that could adopt the Kodiak moniker.  The company is keeping details under wraps but the latest teaser image reveals the model will have a prominent grille, slender headlights, and a large lower air intake.  The crossover will also feature sharp character lines, a sloping roof, and massive alloy wheels. 

The interior is still shrouded in secrecy but Skoda has already confirmed the concept will have three rows of seats and room for up to six people.

Besides releasing the teaser image, Skoda launched a new video series which highlights the company's latest design language which was introduced on the VisionC concept which debuted at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.  Staring Skoda chief designer Jozef Kabaň, the four part series examines the inspiration, development, and refinement of modern Skoda vehicles.

The first clip is called "Inspiration" and Kabaň explains Skoda has a "crystalline" design that is characterized by shape lines and dynamic shapes. Kabaň goes on to say Bohemian crystal has special influence as its hails from the Czech Republic and has influenced architecture design in Prague for centuries.

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