ŠKODA is perfectly poised for the emerging e-mobility era, with its first electric vehicle and first plug-in hybrid to hit the market next year. Come 2025, there will be 10 electrified ŠKODA models.
We are witnessing the biggest changes in more than 100 years
of motoring – digitalisation, online services, autonomous driving, carsharing
and alternative transport services. All this is around the corner. E-mobility,
on the other hand, is already knocking at the door, which means that you will
soon be able to sit at the wheel of an electric ŠKODA vehicle. You can look
forward to electrically driven ŠKODA models just next year, when the ŠKODA
SUPERB PHEV – a plug-in hybrid version of ŠKODA’s flagship – and the Czech
carmakers first purely electric car – the eCITIGO – take their market bow.
The electric CITIGO is the ideal car for the city, where its compact dimensions and emission-free operation will come most to the fore. The SUPERB PHEV, ŠKODA’s first plug-in hybrid, will combine an internal combustion engine with electric drive and offer the option of a purely electric ride.
The year 2020 will be truly revolutionary, as this is when the mass-produced version of the VISION E study will be unveiled. This is going to be ŠKODA’s first purely electric car designed on the MEB platform, i.e. the Group’s modular kit for electric vehicles.
The VISION E concept, an all-electric all-wheel drive SUV with 225 kW power output, Level 3 autonomous driving technology, ample infotainment opportunities and internet-connected remote vehicle control, was showcased in 2017. The production model, like the concept, promises a driving range of up to 500 km.
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