What’s in the Pipeline for Skoda Cars?
Skoda is one of the oldest auto manufacturers, celebrating more than 120 years of production. The Czech car manufacturer sells automobiles in more than 100 countries and the brand is currently part of the Volkswagen Group manufacturing an array of VW-based models, including sedans, hatches, and SUVs.
The manufacturer is scheduling a family of SUVs that could expand to as many as4 models, each with a set of convenience and design features to differentiate them from the manufacturer’s hatchbacks. One of its plans includes replacing the small SUV with a substitute in 2019 as part of a new merchandise offensive. Here are some of the new cars the manufacturer is planning to release.
The B-SUV will be based on the manufacturer’s small-vehicle architecture, so it will share several of the elements, downsized engines, and electrical architecture from the Arona/VW T-Roc. This time it will have a brand-generic styling. The Yeti name won’t make a reappearance since the Mk1 didn’t do well.
In accordance with VW’s acceleration of the EV or electric vehicle programme, Skoda will soon join the battery vehicle club. In 2020, the manufacturer will initiate a production edition of the Vision E concept, which is more of a crossover car than a conventional saloon vehicle. It will have at least 300 miles in terms of range and you can anticipate importance on high power.
Facelifted Superbs and Fabias
The Fabia range will undergo a facelift with new headlamps and a distinctive contoured grille. Simultaneously, hatchback and family members will be spruced up. For the Superb family, a similar refresh, including further plug-ins, will take place in early 2019.
If you’re thinking of buying a Skoda car, watch for the implementation of these plans.