Škoda steps up its e-mobility campaign with six new electric vehicles planned by 2026

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Škoda Auto is increasing the pace of its electric mobility campaign by launching four all-new e-vehicles – a ‘small’, a ‘compact’, an ‘estate’ and a ‘space’ BEV – plus two updated Enyaq iV family models. The Czech carmaker plans to expand its BEV range to six models by 2026 and aims to invest a total of €5.6 billion in e-mobility by 2027, and diversify its all-electric portfolio.

The ‘small’ BEV the is future entry-level model in the A0 segment; the ‘compact’ an all-electric successor to the Karoq compact SUV, officially called Elroq; in the compact SUV segment, a spacious ‘estate’ model carrying on Škoda’s successful estate tradition, and the production version of the seven-seater concept car presented in August 2022, will round off the upper end of the portfolio a seven-seater SUV ‘space’. Over the course of the transition phase to e-mobility, models with modern and highly efficient internal combustion engines and plug-in hybrid powertrains will continue to be a mainstay of Škoda’s model portfolio.

The Enyaq iV and Enyaq Coupé iV were successfully launched in 2020 and 2022 as the first two Škoda models based on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Platform (MEB). Both models will be significantly updated in 2025 to reflect the new design language that will characterize all Škoda BEV models in future.

With the new generations of the Superb and Kodiaq, the refreshed Octavia, Kamiq and Scala as well as the new BEV models, Škoda will soon offer the most diverse portfolio in its history, combining the best of both worlds and offering customers the right Škoda for their market.

 “With six new all-electric models across all segments by 2026, Škoda Auto is moving even faster towards sustainable, electric, individual mobility,” said Klaus Zellmer, Chairman of the Board of Škoda Auto. “Together with our new and highly efficient conventional and hybrid-powered models, we are offering the best of both worlds – meeting our existing and new customers’ needs around the globe in this time of transition.”

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Wesley Doyle is editor of Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International and Stadia. He has over two-decades experience in publishing during which time he has worked at some of the UK’s leading consumer magazine titles in the health and fitness and sport sectors. Wesley is also passionate about cycling and interested in alternative technologies, particularly in transportation, to achieve net zero.

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