The Skoda Kodiaq has been teased in official pictures and a video released by the manufacturer ahead of its debut on 1 September.
The pictures show a glimpse of the front, rear, doors and wheels of the SUV, which will go on sale in early 2017 with a choice of five different engines, optional all-wheel drive and seven seats.
The Kodiaq has a wide grille as well as LED lights, and it comes with semi-autonomous features like 'Tow Assist' which helps with steering while pulling a trailer and reversing at low speeds.
A 178bhp 2.0 TSI petrol engine will top the range, while the 1.4 TSI will be offered with 123bhp or 148bhp outputs. The 2.0-litre diesel engine from the Skoda Superb will also be available, with either 148bhp or 187bhp.
There will be a choice of a six-speed manual or six-speed DSG dual-clutch automatic gearboxes, and while front-wheel drive will be standard, all-wheel drive is available. An extra two seats in the third row can also be specified, and the manufacturer says the Kodiaq will have a 720-litre capacity boot, rising to 2065 litres with the rear seats down. Skoda claims the five-seat Kodiaq has the largest boot in its class.
It will get a touchscreen infotainment system which, depending on specification, can be used as a wi-fi hotspot featuring various mobile online services that allow passengers to browse the internet. It also has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink, and an emergency call function will also be available.
The SUV was previously teased in a pair of sketches, confirming that the production model's design will retain most of the look of the VisonS concept on which it is based.
It's clear that the Kodiaq development car has kept the VisionS's bulky wheel arches, although it does appear to have a slightly more slanted nose - perhaps to conform with pedestrian impact safety standards - and lightly reshaped headlights.