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by Brett Davis

Skoda has revealed an early preview of its new Skoda VisionD Design Study concept it plans to unveil in full at tonight’s Geneva Motor Show. The car presents a glimpse of Skoda’s new design language and also showcases Skoda’s new badge logo.

Looking rather handsome, the Skoda VisionD was created under Skoda’s new design philosophy, a philosophy that is similar to Volkswagen’s current language but at the same time, one that distinctly separates the two companies.

The VisionD offers a five-door hatch layout with a swooping rear section and a large glass panel that runs from the windscreen, over the entire length of the roof, down to edge of the rear hatch. With the five-door layout and short front and rear overhangs, Skoda says the cabin is capable of offering class-leading interior room.

As for the new logo, Skoda has adopted a green-winged arrow encircled in the traditional fashion. Jurgen Stackmann, the Board Member for marketing and sales, recently announced,

“We are keen to express the new power of our brand not only through our future products, but also in the way we present ourselves to partners and customers.

“Skoda is synonymous with attractive cars offering exceptional value for money, countless clever solutions and precisely executed work. All this is clearly reflected by our updated corporate design.”

Stay tuned for more details on the Skoda VisionD as CarAdvice will be updating the site throughout the evening with loads of Geneva Motor Show coverage.

UPDATE: Skoda has just revealed the new model in the flesh at the Geneva Motor Show.

Skoda Board Member for marketing and sales, Jurgen Stackmann, spoke about the car and what it meant for Skoda as a company at the unveiling, saying,

“We are keen to express the new power of our brand not only through our future products, but also in the way we present ourselves to partners and customers.

“Skoda is synonymous with attractive cars offering exceptional value for money, countless clever solutions and precisely executed work.

“All this is clearly reflected by our updated corporate design. As it forges ahead, Skoda is eager to flex its newfound strength in the international arena.”