The Skoda Vision GT is an electric supercar concept
Skoda’s Vision GT will never go into production and probably never even get implemented in metal: the company calls it a ‘fully digital’ concept.
The concept represents a fresh take on the classic Skoda 1100 OHC dating back to 1957. Like its predecessor, the Vision GT is a spider car with a low windshield, vivid red exterior and voluminous wheel arches. The only seat is installed in the middle, and the driver is supposed to make use of a high-tech helmet with a built-in display.
Sharp edges at the rear end act as stabilizers of sorts, while the company’s new emblem is holographic. Some of the aerodynamic components are active.
Skoda does not reveal the interior in great detail, but promises a futuristic-looking, squared-off steering wheel made of carbon fiber there. The seat rests on a dynamic suspension rig that moves to reduce the loads on the driver. The dash display spans the entire dashboard and acts as an additional wind shield.
The virtual concept car projects all the key information onto the visor of the driver’s helmet.
Editor Andrew Raspopov