The Czech carmaker is gearing up to boost its BEV lineup by launching six models by 2026 in the international market. These six models will feature the new - 'Modern Solid' design philosophy of Skoda Auto. According to the carmaker, the six models will include four brand-new cars as well as the two updated Enyaq range versions. Several manufacturers in the automotive sector are striving to go electric and launch more and more EVs in the market to meet their environmental-friendly goals. Skoda Auto has added its name to the list of such automakers by officially announcing to expand its BEV lineup by 2026. The carmaker has plans to invest around a total of €5.6 billion in e-mobility. Let's have a closer look at the upcoming EVs belonging to diverse segments.
Skoda "Small" Electric SUV
The first one will be a brand-new, compact SUV with a length of 4.2 metres. Comparable to the larger traditional Scala hatchback in terms of interior space. This car, which will probably cost around €25,000, is anticipated to significantly increase electrification throughout the world. The new model will go on sale in 2025.
Skoda Elroq is one of the six models that is a part of the company's electrification strategy and expansion. According to the firm, the new sub-compact vehicle will go on sale in 2025 and be produced at a Volkswagen Group plant, located in Spain.
Similar to its Skoda Enyaq iV sibling, with whom it will share the majority of its parts, the Elroq will likely be offered with a 77kWh battery in its most economical version, giving it a range of roughly 480 kilometre. Additionally, starting with the Enyaq next year, the automaker will add a new 86kWh battery to its line of electric vehicles. The Elroq might also receive this battery, which would give it a range of more than 595 kilometre.
Enyaq iV SUV and Enyaq Coupe iV
The Czech automaker will introduce the updated version of the Enyaq iV SUV and Enyaq Coupe iV by 2025. These models, as mentioned, will flaunt the new design language of the company called Modern Solid. According to the carmaker, these vehicles, have supported the brand in serving as a symbol of the future era of electric transportation. For those unaware, these Enyaq iV models were the first Skoda cars to be built on the Volkswagen Group's Modular Electrification Platform (MEB).
Skoda "Space" SUV
Skoda is also developing a large SUV based on the Vision 7S, which debuted the new design language to the public in August 2022. It will be approximately 4.9 metres long. According to the manufacturer, one of the best features of the brand's largest model will be its massive interior space.
Skoda "Combi" Estate BEV
Skoda plans to launch an estate measuring approximately 4.6 metres in length in 2026. It will compete with the Czech automaker's long-running bestseller, the Octavia. Interestingly, despite being a small estate, the car has the space and quality of a mid-range vehicle.
Skoda Auto has shared that it will continue to rely on internal combustion engines while switching to electric mobility. According to the company, its engineers hold a wealth of knowledge and are improving the efficiency of today's internal combustion engines. The carmaker has further revealed that it will oversee the entire EA211 engine range development across the Volkswagen Group.