Skoda CEO Thomas Schafer said that the next three electric cars of the Czech brand will be smaller than the Skoda Enyaq iV model. Accordingly, they will stand much cheaper.
This is reported by RBC-Ukraine Auto with reference to Autoexpress.
As part of the presentation of the Enyaq iV Coupe, a new coupe-shaped electric crossover, Schafer said that the company will show three new electric vehicles in the coming years. The novelties will compete in the B- and C-segments.
Earlier, Skoda registered the Elroq trademark. Perhaps this name will receive a new electric crossover, similar in size to the Karoq. It also became known that all three new electric vehicles will be built on the MEB Volkswagen Group modular platform.
The top manager also noted:
“Our colleagues from SEAT, Cupra and Volkswagen have moved a little forward in terms of electrifying their model lines. We will announce our new products soon, and we will quickly catch up with them. But rest assured that they will be completely different from the platform cars.”
In the coming years, the company also intends to abandon a number of personalization options and switch to package configurations, minimizing individual small options as much as possible. This will allow the company to save the funds necessary for the transition to the production of electric vehicles.