Skoda accelerates electrification: three new EVs for 2026

Skoda previously called for the electric range to be expanded by three cars by 2030 at the latest, now that is 2026. In addition to the existing Enyaq, it is a smaller SUV, but also a non-SUV that is positioned below it. This is the compact (B-segment) model that is being developed in collaboration with Cupra and Volkswagen and was previously discussed on this site. The third model is a large, seven-seat SUV. That’s right: the production version of the just unveiled Skoda Vision 7S concept car. Skoda also needs those four electric models, because by 2030 seventy percent of all Skodas sold in Europe must be electric. To achieve this goal, an additional €5.6 billion will be invested in electric mobility over the next five years. €700 million will also go to the ‘digitization’ department. However, with seventy percent electric, there is still thirty percent left. That side is covered by the introduction of an all-new Superb and an all-new Kodiaq, the latter of which will therefore be carried alongside a seven-seater EV. The new Superb and the Kodiaq will be unveiled in the second half of next year. The following year, in 2024, there will be a facelift for the currently still fairly fresh Skoda Octavia. New style It is expected that all new Skodas will be drawn to a greater or lesser extent according to the new style. That shows Skoda tonight on the Vision 7S, the aforementioned concept car. The innovation does not only concern the design of the cars, which are becoming a bit tighter and more minimalist. No, Skoda also renews the brand image by applying new colours, fonts and logos. The new logo is already on that 7S and is in fact a written form of the word ‘Skoda’, but then re-styled. Entirely in line with the latest fashion, it is no longer a three-dimensional logo, but a 2D image. Skoda now uses two colors of green in the corporate identity. The new style will be the first to appear on communication material, but also on the new car models from 2024. It seems that this will not yet apply to the Superb and the Kodiaq. According to Skoda, the new ‘Corporate Identity’ is the biggest change in this area in thirty years. Thirty years ago, the brand was in the middle of the takeover by Volkswagen, which, in addition to much more modern cars, also brought the black/green logo that was on the Felicia and Octavia from that time, for example. It should be clear: the Czechs mean it. Skoda Felicia 1994

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