Skoda during its annual press conference and made several announcements about its immediate plans. 2021 will be a busy year as the brand will unveil the all-new Fabia in May, but the supermini won’t be followed shortly by a more practical wagon. Combi will not appear until 2023 at the earliest. Redecoration of the Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs, as well as the Enyaq iV Coupe is planned for this year.
It is planned that the production of the compact station wagon will begin in about two years at the Kvasiny plant in the Czech Republic. This will only be possible after the transfer of Superb production to the VW Group plant in Bratislava to the next generation of Skoda’s flagship model. The new VW Passat, which will only be offered as a station wagon, will also be built in the Slovak capital along with a mechanically linked Superb. Both will be built in Mlada Boleslav.
Meanwhile, the Enyaq iV Coupe, a fast-paced version of Skoda’s first dedicated electric vehicle and a sibling model of the upcoming VW ID.5, will be unveiled in 2021. The company’s SUV portfolio will also be updated with the opening of the Karoq and Kodiaq restyling. The recently unveiled Kushaq crossover will be launched as the first dedicated model for India, and China will receive the long-wheelbase Octavia Pro.
As a result, the brand will receive a smaller electric car, which will rank below the Skoda Enyaq iV. He did not go into details, but it is believed that the model in question will be the Skoda equivalent of the VW ID.3 hatchback. There are also plans for a new entry-level electric vehicle, presumably to replace the Citigo-e iV. The segment A EV will be Skoda’s version of the new affordable electric vehicle that SEAT is developing for launch in 2025. The Octavia-style electric car will follow.
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