Skoda prepared a new concept for this year's Auto Show in Frankfurt. Its name is the Mission L Concept. The model is a four-door saloon, but it could also be a five-door hatchback by the large side view.
So far, there are no details available on the model, but one thing is clear, the carmaker will send it to production and will be sold in Europe, Asia and Russia.
We can only assume the L Concept will be a C-segment vehicle and will be somewhere between the Skoda Fabia and Skoda Octavia. The design seems to be very angular and this could mean it will be a little too boxy at the moment the production version will be revealed.
The Concept car has LED daytime running lights that are fitted into its headlights and apparently it also features something that look to be fog lights.
We'll know more as soon as Skoda makes the rest of the details public.
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