Skoda will preview self-driving and electric drivetrain technologies with the Vision E crossover concept that the brand will debut at the Shanghai auto show next month.
The Vision E, which Skoda calls an "SUV coupe," previews a production model due in 2020, the brand said.
The concept has a range of up to 500 km (300 miles) on a single charge, stated Skoda. It also offers autonomous driving to the so-called Level 3 standard. This means drivers will be able take their hands off the steering wheel in highway traffic congestion.
The Vision E is powered by twin electric motors that give it all-wheel-drive capability and a power output of 225kW (301hp).
The concept is 4,645mm long, 1,917mm wide and 1,550 mm tall, making it longer than the VW Tiguan SUV compact but not quite as tall.