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Skoda Vision IN Makes Its Debut At Auto Expo 2020

Czech automaker Skoda has showcased its new compact SUV Vision IN. It will be the first Indian based MQB A0-IN. The production model will launch in 2021.

The new compact SUV

Skoda Vision IN | Engine Specifications 

It will only have petrol variants with a possibility of CNG coming in the future.

  • Skoda Vision IN comes with two petrol options a 1.0L turbocharged petrol and a 1.5L turbocharged petrol.
  • The engine will output 150bhp and 250Nm torque.
  • The engines will be mated with a 7-Speed Direct Shift Gearbox(DSG).
  • It can accelerate from 0-100km in 8.7 Seconds with a top speed of 195km/h.

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Skoda Vision IN | Internal/ External Features

The car is filled with features in the concept and them not being over the top those features will not be removed from the production model.

Skoda Vision IN Interior
  • The Skoda Vision IN is 4,256mm in length and 2,671mm wheelbase.
  • On top of the dashboard is a crystalline element that appears to be completely cosmetic and will most probably not make it to the production model.
  • The steering wheel is a three-spoke wheel with a flat bottom making it look more sporty which is also helped by the orange paint.
  • Something that pops up is the two AC vents on each side and the thin chrome lining on the vents makes sure that you can’t miss those.
  • The centre is dominated by a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system which flows into an automatic climate control panel towards the gearbox.
  • The three rear seats can be converted into two seats with an armrest in the middle.
  • Externally the grille is surrounded by LED making the front of the car glow at night.
  • Skoda Vision IN also gets 19inch wheels.

Skoda Vision IN will rival the likes of Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, Volkswagen T-cross. It is expected to launch at an expected price of 10 lakhs INR to 13 Lakhs INR.

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Kartik Rangam
Kartik Rangam
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