Skoda Auto is accelerating its electrified product campaign and will bring the range of BEV electric vehicles to a total of six models by 2026. In four years, the manufacturer will have a well-diversified electric portfolio.
In addition to the Skoda Enyaq and Enyaq Coupé , which will be updated in 2025 in line with the new Modern Solid design language, the mSkoda plans to introduce four new all-electric vehicles: a “ Small ” as an entry-level electric SUV, a “ Compact ”, which will be officially called Elroq , a “ Combi ” model and a “ Space ”, the production version of the Vision 7S concept .
The brand has announced that by 2027 it will invest a total of 5.6 billion euros in electric mobility. Vehicles powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) will continue to play a key role during the transition to electric mobility. The company has announced that a new generation of the Superb flagship and Kodiaq SUV will be launched in the fall. The iconic Octavia, Kamiq and Scala will also be renewed in the near future.
Since May 2022, Skoda Auto has been producing battery systems for vehicles based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform in Mladá Boleslav. In total, the automaker has already produced more than 500,000 battery systems (for BEV and PHEV models) at its main plant.
These are key components for a successful transition to electric mobility. Skoda Auto will put a new MEB assembly line into operation by the end of this year. This will increase the total capacity of MEB battery systems from 1,000 to 1,500 units per day. These batteries are installed in Enyaq iV models and are also used in Volkswagen, Audi, and SEAT vehicles. In addition, 800 batteries are produced per day for the PHEV models at the main plant in Mladá Boleslav.
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