< /p> Škoda Auto wants to have a total of six fully electric models by 2026. In addition to the modernized Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe, it will offer a small SUV with the working name Small, a compact SUV named Elroq, a large seven-seater SUV named Space, and it has also recently included an electric Combi in its plans.
Mladá Boleslav – Škoda Auto wants to have a total of six fully electric models by 2026. In addition to the modernized Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe, it will offer a small SUV with the working name Small, a compact SUV named Elroq, a large seven-seater SUV named Space, and it has also recently included an electric Combi in its plans. In addition, this year it will launch new generations of the Superb and Kodiaq models, including hybrid versions, and later also the modernized Octavia, Kamiq and Scala. Company representatives said it today.
“With six new fully electric models in all segments by 2026, Škoda Auto is moving even faster towards sustainable individual electromobility. Together with our new models with economical conventional drive and hybrids, we offer the best of both worlds. We are thus able to meet the needs of existing and new customers all over the world,” said Chairman of the Board Klaus Zellmer.
According to Zellmer, during the transition phase to electromobility, models with modern and economical internal combustion engines and plug-in hybrid drives will continue to form the basis of the model range. By the middle of the decade, the automaker wants to have the most diverse portfolio in its history.
The first electric car to be prepared next year will be the electric successor of the Karoq compact SUV under the name Elroq, which with a length of approximately 4.50 meters will offer a similar combination of compact dimensions and a spacious interior. A year later, the future basic model, which bears the working name Small, will arrive. It will be a small urban affordable crossover with a price of around 25,000 euros (about 588,000 CZK), which will be produced in the factory of the VW concern in Spain. With a length of approximately 4.10 meters, it will offer a similar volume of luggage space to the Scala.
In 2025, the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupé models will undergo modernization and adopt the new Modern Solid design language, which was introduced last year in the Vision 7S study. Among the four new models, a key role will be played by the Combi, which is approximately 4.70 meters long and will be the first all-electric Škoda station wagon to take advantage of this popular body variant. The purely electric station wagon will be launched on the market in 2026. Škoda's largest future electric car has the working name Space and represents the production version of the Vision 7S concept. It will measure approximately 4.90 meters and will be the pinnacle of the Škoda range.
Combustion engines will continue to be very important for the Škoda brand even during the transition to electromobility, especially due to the different pace of the transition to electricity in different countries. Within the Volkswagen Group, Škoda is also taking responsibility for the development of the entire EA 211 engine series. In addition to the new generations of the Superb and Kodiaq models, which will arrive in the autumn in petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid versions, Škoda Auto will also soon modernize the Octavia series and the compact Kamiq models and Scala.
The automaker plans to invest 5.6 billion euros in electromobility over the next five years. Škoda will also operate its three Czech plants with zero net emissions of carbon dioxide by the end of the decade, which is why it has committed to using electricity only from renewable sources.