Skoda will not only launch electric SUVs in the coming years

Skoda aims to move towards full electrification of its range and plans to replace its most popular cars with equivalent models equipped with electric propulsion .   One example is the Skoda Octavia which remains the best-selling car of the Volkswagen Group brand, despite the growing popularity of SUVs. This will in fact be replaced by a 100% electric version.  It is clear that SUVs account for a very large percentage of the blind automaker's overall sales and its top three electric vehicles will be part of this segment.  A smaller crossover and a compact urban EV are on the way The current Skoda Enyaq iV will soon be followed by a smaller crossover while the entry-level model expected in 2025 will be an urban compact EV very similar to its Volkswagen ID.2 cousin. Martin Jahn , Skoda's head of sales and marketing, told Autocar that the brand has absolutely no intention of becoming an SUV manufacturer exclusively.  “ We are committed to meeting the needs of our customers. In the future, we will always try to find body shapes and styles that our customers expect. I think we will continue with the Octavia and Superb range of cars. We still see the need for these cars, so they will continue to exist, ”said Jahn.  An electric car similar to the Octavia will arrive in the next few years These cars still have a very important place in the future electric range of the blind brand. Skoda will be looking to bring an Octavia-like car to market , so for the slightly more conservative people who don't want an SUV or for corporate fleets looking for a vehicle other than a Sport Utility Vehicle.  Furthermore, the company is following a similar product strategy to Volkswagen in marketing its new electric vehicles under different names than the current models equipped with an internal combustion engine.  In the near future, the blind house could offer its own version of Volkswagen 's upcoming Aero B electric sedan , which can be considered essentially the electric version of the Passat. The official debut of the latter model is expected in the course of 2023 and has recently been spotted in several spy photos with a body almost ready for production.

Skoda aims to move towards full electrification of its range and plans to replace its most popular cars with equivalent models equipped with electric propulsion .

One example is the Skoda Octavia which remains the best-selling car of the Volkswagen Group brand, despite the growing popularity of SUVs. This will in fact be replaced by a 100% electric version.

It is clear that SUVs account for a very large percentage of the blind automaker's overall sales and its top three electric vehicles will be part of this segment.

A smaller crossover and a compact urban EV are on the way

The current Skoda Enyaq iV will soon be followed by a smaller crossover while the entry-level model expected in 2025 will be an urban compact EV very similar to its Volkswagen ID.2 cousin. Martin Jahn , Skoda's head of sales and marketing, told Autocar that the brand has absolutely no intention of becoming an SUV manufacturer exclusively.

“ We are committed to meeting the needs of our customers. In the future, we will always try to find body shapes and styles that our customers expect. I think we will continue with the Octavia and Superb range of cars. We still see the need for these cars, so they will continue to exist, ”said Jahn.

An electric car similar to the Octavia will arrive in the next few years

These cars still have a very important place in the future electric range of the blind brand. Skoda will be looking to bring an Octavia-like car to market , so for the slightly more conservative people who don't want an SUV or for corporate fleets looking for a vehicle other than a Sport Utility Vehicle.

Furthermore, the company is following a similar product strategy to Volkswagen in marketing its new electric vehicles under different names than the current models equipped with an internal combustion engine.

In the near future, the blind house could offer its own version of Volkswagen 's upcoming Aero B electric sedan , which can be considered essentially the electric version of the Passat. The official debut of the latter model is expected in the course of 2023 and has recently been spotted in several spy photos with a body almost ready for production.

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