Skoda has revealed further sketches of its new Vision E concept car, which is set to make its global debut at the upcoming Shanghai motor show.
Pointing to a 300 bhp all-electric crossover that’s due to launch sometime in 2020, these latest drawings follow on from a trio of sketches that were revealed last week showing the car’s exterior.
While the most striking external body features include counter-opening doors and the absence of a B-pillar, the inside features four rotatable, shell-shaped single seats and the missing central tunnel means an increased sense of space.
The seats are also slightly elevated, and when the doors are opened, they swing outwards, making getting in and out easier. After the doors have been electrically closed, the seats return to their original position.
Up front, in addition to the cockpit screen, on which the traditional vehicle data is displayed, the centre of the dashboard houses a central touch-screen display designed to be used both by the driver and front passenger.
The rear passengers also get their own dedicated screens, which are built into the backrests of the front seats. While the control element for the front passenger is located in their right armrest, the passengers in the rear have theirs in the between the two individual seats.
There’s also an integrated phone box located in the inside of each door, with which smartphones can be inductively charged.
Additional details include an ambient lighting system that can be programmed in ten colours and which is integrated into the decor strips in the doors and below the dashboard.