2016 Skoda four-door coupe rendered by X-Tomi

Another day and another possible four-door coupe.

Skoda VisionC concept debuted earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, previewing a possible production five/four-door coupe with a likely debut in 2016.

The concept also showed a more expressive, dynamic and emotional design that underpins the dawn of the brand.

New shaper lines, bold grille, triangular lamps are most likely soon part of all new Skoda models.

X-Tomi Design has now envisioned a possible production model, dubbed the Garde with inspiration coming from VisionC design study, but in a more production ready package.

The new vehicle will be based most likely on the same MQB platform as the Octavia, and will be offered with a wide range of petrol and diesel units.


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  • Mark

    Josef Kaban – head of Skoda design department is much more talented than author of that rendering. Look for that hood and A-pillars…