CZECH car maker Skoda has confirmed its plans for a third SUV with the announcement that it will be unveiling an urban crossover model at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
The company has released a teaser image of the new model which will sit below its Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs.
The head-on image shows the front of the car with a new LED headlamp design with separate daytime running lights at the top and integrated dynamic indicators.
Other details are scant at the moment but Skoda says the newcomer will blend small car convenience with SUV style and will come with a raised driving position and greater ride height.
The as yet unnamed new Skoda will sit on the Volkswagen Group's Modular Transverse Matrix (MQB) platform as used for other crossovers in the German group's range such as the VW T-Roc and SEAT Arona.
Skoda says the new car will have a spacious interior and will include several ‘Simply Clever' features which have become a trademark of its models such as an ice scraper integrated into the fuel filler flap.
The car will have its world premiere at the Geneva show on March 5.