Skoda Vision 7S: new E-SUV study presented


With the Skoda Vision 7S, the manufacturer wants to offer an e-SUV from 2026 which is once again positioned above the Enyaq. And has now revealed exciting first details.

Skoda Vision 7S: Bigger E-SUV from 2026

The automaker plans to usher in a new era of design language with the Skoda Vision 7S all-electric SUV from 2026 and has now unveiled the concept in detail. The SUV focuses on clear and simple design, high functionality, intuitive operation and durable materials.

The front, including the striking apron and illuminated graphics, which Skoda itself calls the “technical bridge face”, is striking and new. The front headlights move outwards and provide a real eye-catcher thanks to the T-shaped four-eye light graphic. made of aluminum and the aerodynamically optimized large wheels catch the eye.

Inside, a variable architecture accommodates up to seven passengers. A baby seat can apparently even be placed in the center console between the first and second rows of seats. The generous dashboard, which extends to the doors, features interlocking haptic and virtual interfaces for convenient use.

Added to this is an ambient lighting, which is not only intended to create a pleasant atmosphere inside, but also to provide information on the state of charge of the Vision 7S. The front seat backrests have holders for multimedia devices such as tablets or the like.

Sliding controls

The interior of the Skoda Vision 7S would be particularly variable. It offers two spatial configurations in “drive” and “relax” modes, in which the controls are moved.

In drive mode, all controls are lined up at optimum reach. The central touchscreen is moved to a vertical position to reveal more relevant driving information.

In Relax mode, the steering wheel and dashboard slide towards the dashboard, while the front seats move back to provide more space and comfort for all passengers. As revealed in September, the company plans to use more recycled materials. The floor, for example, will be made of recycled car tires.

In addition, there is a battery with a capacity of 89 kilowatt hours, which should allow a range of up to 600 kilometers. According to Skoda, the maximum charging power will be 200 kilowatts, indicating that the vehicle battery can be charged in a relatively short time.

The Skoda Vision 7S is expected to be around five meters long, once again surpassing the current top model in the form of the Enyaq, which has now mastered Plug & Charge. The study, on the other hand, is more of an exploration of what’s possible before the production model launches in 2026. So we might still have some changes here, especially as concrete technical details are still pending any way.


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