Among 16 ŠKODA vehicles on display, visitors to the car show can also find new variants of the ŠKODA KODIAQ SUV, specifically the versions KODIAQ SPORTLINE and KODIAQ SCOUT. They can also explore in detail the range-topping Laurin & Klement version of the ŠKODA SUPERB, as well as the practical ŠKODA CITIGO and the compact ŠKODA FABIA.
ŠKODA offers much more in Frankfurt: there is also the ŠKODA FABIA R5 with which Pontus Tidemand won enough points at Rallye Deutschland to clinch the title as World Champion in the WRC 2 category. For fans of cutting-edge technology, a virtual reality was prepared within which visitors can experience driving the VISION E, motoring through historic Prague in a ŠKODA old-timer, or watching the Tour de France almost as if they were right there.
You can find all of this within the ŠKODA AUTO exhibit covering more than 2,350 square metres. The display’s construction took 27 days, requiring 70 tonnes of steel, 5.5 kilometres of electrical wiring, and 12.5 kilometres of LAN cables. All of this was transported to the Frankfurt exhibition grounds in 29 trucks, and a team of 98 workers carried out the assembly. To see a time-lapse video from the construction of the ŠKODA AUTO exhibition, click here: