The Skoda Vision iV will debut at the 2019 Geneva motor show at the beginning of March, and could preview a new electric crossover "coupe" for the brand.
Like the recently launched Scala hatch, the company's word mark is used for the centre of the steering wheel instead of its winged arrow logo.
The two-tier dashboard features a small instrument pod and an infotainment screen, both of which appear to float above the dashboard top.
Said to be based on the Volkswagen Group's MEB electric vehicle platform, there's no centre tunnel intruding into the cabin.
In its place there's a large storage area between the driver and front passenger seats, which includes a wireless charging pad for smartphones and other compatible devices.
The MEB platform will be used by a wide range of electric vehicles from the Volkswagen Group. Skoda's first MEB-based vehicle is scheduled to go into production in 2020.
Skoda is also promising to launch 10 electrified models by 2022, starting with a plug-in hybrid version of the Superb and a fully-electric version of the Citigo, which is essentially a Volkswagen Up! with a different grille.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Geneva motor show.