Now, make way for one more.
What could it be?
Skoda has teased a third crossover model ahead of its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The automaker has released a single image of the silhouette of what looks to be a red SUV with its front lights on.
It’s also a pattern found exactly on the Skoda Vision X concept, unveiled earlier in 2018.
Featuring sculpted surfaces and a lime-green “FlexGreen” paintjob, the Vision X concept is aimed at a younger, more style-conscious audience.
The Skoda Vision X is smaller than the Karoq, and could possibly feature an electrified powertrain as it’s based on the Volkswagen Group MQB platform.
What could the Vision X be running?
For the moment, the concept runs a 1.5-litre TSI G-TEC four-cylinder turbocharged engine, with power going through an all-wheel drive system with electric rear axle.
Coupled with the Vision X’s optional Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) option, CO2 output is reduced to 89 g/km.
The Vision X’s four-wheel drive system consists of the combustion engine equipped with one of the two onboard electric motors – a belt-driven starter-generator (BSG) and the second electric motor on the rear axle, powered by a 48-volt lithium-ion battery system.
The concept car is an “urban crossover” and an “ideal car for the city and beyond”, Skoda’s website says.