Skoda has followed up exterior sketches of its Geneva motor show concept, the electric Vision iV, with a sketch of the interior.
The coupe-SUV's cabin shows a design that has moved on from current Skoda interiors, with a multi-level dashboard, large free-standing central screen, and minimalist look.
The absence of a transmission tunnel in the EV allows "plenty of storage space", according to the firm, alongside a compartment allowing two mobile phones to be wirelessly charged.
Said to provide "a specific outlook of the brand's electric future", the Vision iV is a more production-previewing concept than the 2017 Vision E. However, official sketches show the "four-door crossover coupé" concept's design will be very similar to the older concept's.
Although in profile the two concepts look nearly identical, the Vision iV appears to feature a traditional slatted grille design rather than the blanked-off item on the Vision E.
Both versions of the model will fit between the Karoq and Kodiaq in terms of size and have a battery that will be able to provide at least 300 miles of range.
Pricing will be comparable with that of a mid-to-upper-range Kodiaq, so we can expect an entry-level price of around £28,000.
Ahead of these models arriving, Skoda will launch the electric Citigo-e, a sibling of the Volkswagen e-Up and future Seat eMii. The car is largely intended for Skoda and its network to gain experience in electric cars, to make sure dealers and repairers are ready. “The real first step [into electric cars] will be with the [stand-alone SUV]," Favey has said.