Skoda plans huge EV


Skoda new BEVs, 2023, model range
Skoda Elroq, 2023, model
Skoda Small BEV, 2023, model
Skoda Estate, 2023, model
Skoda Space SUV, 2023, model
Skoda Enyaq iV, 2023, model
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe, 2023, model

SIX new battery electric models are being planned by Skoda by 2026 as the Czech car maker steps up its electrification programme.

The plans are for four new e-vehicles and two updated Enyaq iV models.

The company says it will have invested some 5.6 billion euros in e-mobility by 2027.

With the Small BEV in the small SUV segment, the Compact with its official name Elroq, in the compact SUV segment, an Estate model and a seven-seater SUV Space, Skoda will significantly expand and diversify its all-electric portfolio.

Models with modern and internal combustion engines and plug-in hybrid powertrains will continue to be amainstay of Skoda's model portfolio.

With the new generations of the Superb and Kodiaq, the refreshed Octavia, Kamiq and Scala as well as the new BEV models, Skoda will soon offer its most diverse portfolio in its history: combining the best of both worlds and offering customers in different markets the right car for every taste and requirement.

Klaus Zellmer, Skoda chairman, said:"With six new all-electric models across all segments by 2026, Skoda Auto is moving even faster towards sustainable, electric, individual mobility. Together with our new and highly efficient conventional and hybrid-powered models, we are offering the best of both worlds - meeting our existing and new customers' needs around the globe in this time of transition."


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