Skoda announced two new serial electric vehiclesMarch 21, 2019
One of them will be presented this year, and the all-electric crossover will be shown already in 2020. In total, the company plans to submit 10 electrified models by the end of 2022.
Skoda, following the heading concern Volkswagen, began to actively electrify its entire model range. Already this year, the first electric car of the company based on the Citigo compact hatchback will see the light. It is assumed that the model will be equipped with a battery that allows you to walk up to 300 km on a full charge. This was announced at a press conference of the Czech brand.
2020 will be the year of the debut of a completely new model of electric crossover, built on the basis of the conceptual model Vision iV. The prototype was presented at the last Geneva Motor Show. The model will be based on the newest MEB platform from VAG Groupe, but the technical characteristics are not announced yet.
It is possible that the capabilities of the car will intersect with the concept. If this is confirmed, then we can expect the appearance of a crossover with a capacity of up to 300 horsepower, developing two electric motors. The maximum speed will be limited to 180 km / h, and the range will be up to 500 km in full charge.
In this, until the end of 2022, the company plans to introduce 30 new or updated models, 10 of which will be fully or partially electrified.
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