The Czech brand is also planning to refresh its current models. At least four premieres are planned for this year.
Skoda has revealed the schedule for the appearance of new products, recalling at the same time that it is accelerating the electrification of its model range: by 2026, there will be six electric trains in the range, and by 2027, cumulative investments in green will amount to a total of 5.6 billion euros. However, the brand does not refuse cars with internal combustion engines – at least a couple of “traditional” models will pass into the next generation, there will be restylings. But first things first.
So, in the near future, Skoda will introduce the updated European Kamiq SUV and the Scala hatchback (there is also a Chinese Kamik, but the brand does not mention the Middle Kingdom in its plan at all). And for the fall of this year, the presentation of the second-generation Skoda Kodiaq crossover and the fourth-generation Skoda Superb family (liftback and station wagon) is scheduled. Details about the restyling of younger models are not yet available. But the new Kodiaq and Superb are highlighted in teasers, in addition, it is announced that these cars will retain gasoline and diesel engines, plus they will have hybrid options (“mild” and rechargeable).
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In 2024, Skoda will show a new electric SUV: as expected, the model will go on sale under the name Elroq (working title – Compact). In the company, this SUV with a length of about 4.5 m is called either a successor or an alternative to the current Karoq: apparently, over time, electric cross will still supplant the model with internal combustion engines.
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The premiere of another brand new electric cross is scheduled for 2025 – it is still known under the internal designation Small. As you might guess, it will be Skoda's smallest electric car (about 4.1 meters long), and it will also be the cheapest: the company promises a starting price of about 25,000 euros. In 2025, the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe electric SUVs will also be upgraded, they will be updated in the same Modern Solid style.
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Well, in 2026, the Skoda range will be replenished with two electric trains at once – a station wagon and a large seven-seater crossover, now they are designated as Combi and Space. About the “barn” it is said that its length will be somewhere around 4.7 meters, and the flagship SUV with a length of 4.9 meters is declared the serial embodiment of the mentioned Skoda Vision 7S concept, and this is all the information about these models at the moment.