A delivery time of one and a half years, the best-selling electric model in five European countries (Czech Republic, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Denmark and Finland): Skoda hit the bull’s eye with the Enyaq. Overall, the Czechs sold 53,700 units of the electric SUV last year.
“We are proud,” said a Skoda spokesman at an unusual world premiere in Mlada Boleslav. The motto: “Let’s Explore!” The Czechs presented six new electric models that will be on the market by 2026. The connecting element of the sextet: All are characterized by a robust, striking design.
Next to the SUV Enyaq IV of the next generation and its dynamic Coupe– offshootboth of which will be recognizable by the new “Modern Solid” design language, Skoda has four more purely battery-electric variants in the pipeline.
” Small” will be the entry-level model in e-mobility. The SUV in the compact class is 4.19 meters long. The trunk volume will be similar to that of the Scala. The starting price will be 25,000 euros. The model will be in a Spanish VW -Factory produces.
The ” Compact” in turn is intended as the successor to the Karoq and will bear the name “Elroq”: composed of “Elektro” and “Karoq”. The 4.5 meter long electric SUV will be available in 2024.
The ” Combi” seamlessly continues the tried-and-tested estate car tradition of the Czechs. The purely electric family car with a 600-liter trunk will be 4.70 meters long, and the market launch is planned for 2026.
The largest Skoda model will ” Space” be – the production version of the Skoda Vision 7S concept car. It will be 4.90 meters long and probably a seven-seater.