During the unveiling of the Škoda Vision 7S concept, the Czech carmaker unveiled its new brand identity and announced a series of upcoming model launches.
These include three all-electric vehicles to be introduced by 2026, along with two models powered by next-generation SUS engines and at least one redesigned model by 2024.
Starting with all-electric models, Škoda has officially confirmed a new seven-seat SUV based on the MEB platform.
The production model is expected to mirror the concept’s specifications, offering a range of 600 km with an 89 kWh battery.
It will also look very similar to the Vision 7S concept which Škoda’s new design language, which is expected to gradually spread across the entire future range.
The large SUV will be followed by a Karoq-sized compact SUV and a small Fabia-sized hatchback, which will also be based on different versions of the MEB architecture.
As reported by some Western media, Škoda will invest an additional 5.6 billion dollars in accelerating the transition to electric mobility, plus 700 million dollars for digitization over the next five years.
The Czech carmaker hopes electric vehicles will account for more than 70 percent of its total sales in Europe by 2030.
As for the new models with SUS engines, Škoda said that it will present the new generations of Superb and Kodiaq in the second half of 2023.
Together with the Vision 7S concept, the company’s new logo was presented, simplified since it was difficult for most customers to perceive the letter Š with a checkmark.
The sign representing the chief is also somewhat simplified. The goal was to make it monochromatic, so that designers could have more freedom in terms of color choices.
Source: Auto magazin by www.magazinauto.com.
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