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Skoda Vision iV concept has 310-mile range | 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Skoda Vision iV Concept

Skoda has presented the Vision iV concept at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

The fully electric model is based on a four-door coupe-crossover body style.

It features all-wheel drive and has a total output of 306PS.

The model is the first Skoda to utilise VW Group’s new MEB platform for electric cars.

Skoda claims a total range of more than 300 miles from the 83kWh battery and a recharge to 80% capacity in just 30 minutes.

The car has level 3 autonomous driving and self-parking capabilities and provides occupants with a range of connected infotainment services.

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