Skoda will differentiate its Kamiq small SUV with a two-part headlight design in a bid to make the car stand out in an increasingly crowded segment.
The brand released sketches of the SUV on Thursday ahead of its debut at the Geneva auto show on March 5. It will go on sale in Europe later this year.
The Kamiq will bring the number of SUVs Skoda sells in Europe to three.
Skoda says that splitting the headlights and putting the daytime running lights on top is a first for the company. The LED running lights incorporate dynamic indicators which flash in the direction of intended travel, another first for the brand. Skoda said its design for the car makes it looks rugged and dynamic.
The Kamiq combines the advantage of a raised SUV with the agility of a car, Skoda said.
It will offer new safety assistance systems and a spacious interior, the brand said.