Skoda has previewed its new electric concept car, the Vision 7S, ahead of its official unveiling on 30 August.
The front fascia is more rugged than that which features on the Enyaq thanks to a large slotted skidplate, which flows into the cladding around the wheel arches and side skirts. The slots are split into halves by a central orange segment with white text reading 'Modern Solid'.
Above the skidplate are T-shaped headlights broken up into two square bulbs and eyebrow-like daytime-running light strips. These meet with the bonnet shutline and the colour-contrasting grille area, which is much smaller than that on the Enyaq.
A rear-view camera features in place of a traditional door mirror on the driver's side but is completely omitted on the opposite flank.
A curved beltline wraps around the Vision 7S, flowing into a sharp rear end with the same T-shaped light motif as up front – appearing distinctly Range Rover-esque owing to the stacked square segments.
A rear spoiler gives the car a sportier look, although – in the likely event the 7S concept eventually yields a production car – this could be reserved for high-end vRS versions.
Chiselled low-profile wheels sit at each corner, appearing to be an evolution of the 'Regulus' design that is standard on the Enyaq.
Renders previously released by the Czech brand show a spacious interior with a wraparound design and room for up to six adults.
Curiously, a child seat has been integrated into the centre console – which Skoda says is the safest place in a vehicle.
For the driver, a thin and wide steering-wheel design has been previewed, along with a tall, floating infotainment screen. It has also been positioned vertically – the first time ever in a Skoda car.