The electric Skoda Fabia will arrive by 2030

Skoda accelerates its zero-emissions strategy. After the presentation of the Vision 7S concept, the Bohemian brand is also working on other electric models, starting with the next one Fabia.

During an interview given to Autocarin fact, the number one of the brand Klaus Zellmer has admitted that the development on the new generation has already begun.

A long journey

Although studies have begun, Skoda warns that it will take time before we see an electric Fabia on the road:

“I can say that the Fabia will have a 100% electric heir, we are already working on it. However, the biggest challenge is to try to keep costs down as much as possible. It is not easy to adopt this strategy for models of this segment. For this we will have to wait a few years “.

The battery-powered compact is likely to arrive between 2027 and 2030, with a structure based on the MEB platform. In fact, the electric Fabia could be one of the latest models to use this architecture, before the entire Volkswagen Group moved to the SSP platform.

New identity and very fast top-ups

In terms of design, the new Fabia should incorporate the style presented by the Vision 7S concept. The prototype, in fact, anticipated the look of the next Skoda, including the new logo. At the same time, it is possible that the Fabia takes the form of a crossover, abandoning the forms of past generations.

Skoda Fabia Monte Carlo, the sketches

In any case, the model could adopt the same technology as the prototype, starting with ultra-fast charging of 200 kW.

In general, by 2030 Skoda will have a range entirely composed of electric vehicles. In addition to the production version of the Vision 7S and the Fabia, an ultra-compact model and another crossover are expected.

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