Take a Look at ŠKODA’s Electric Future

Take a Look at ŠKODA’s Electric Future


ŠKODA has come to the Frankfurt Motor Show to shed some light on its electric future. Take a look at it with board chairman Bernhard Maier.

10. 9. 2019

Electric drive, already present in the SUPERB iV plug-in hybrid model and the all-electric CITIGOᵉ iV, is set to become increasingly important in ŠKODA cars. “Already next year we will start mass-producing our first big electric car in Mladá Boleslav, the home of ŠKODA,” announced Maier.



“Between 2019 and 2022 we will introduce 30 new models. 10 of them will be fully or partially electrified, rising to a quarter of all of the brand’s output by 2025,” outlined Maier.  

The development and release of downstream technology and services go hand-in-hand with this, and there will be a whole cavalcade of them for the iV family.


ŠKODA and the VW Group are working together on the development of easy-to-use wallboxes for home charging. Customers will be offered advice when it comes to choosing these devices and assistance in installing them. 


“And when you are travelling in your iV, the ŠKODA Connect application will find the nearest available charging point and you will be able to use your ŠKODA eCharge card at charging stations across Europe,” outlined Maier as he discussed how the ecosystem of electrified ŠKODA vehicles would work in the future.

Karta ŠKODA eCharge

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