E-mobility and sustainability
One of these pillars is the continued and growing emphasis on electromobility. Last May the company launched production of batteries for MEB platform vehicles in Mladá Boleslav, and this year it will expand its capacity to produce 1,500 battery modules per day.
The final segment of the annual press conference was a Q&A session with the board members. Pictured, left to right: Martin Jahn (Sales and Marketing), Ariane Kilian (Head of Communications, press conference moderator), Christian Schenk (Finance and IT), Klaus Zellmer (Chairman), Michael Oeljeklaus (Production and Logistics), Karsten Schnake (Purchasing), and Johannes Neft (Technical Development).
By 2026 Škoda will have rolled out three more electric vehicles, which will spread the electric car portfolio across categories, from small and compact cars to a seven-seater model.
The company continues to place great emphasis on sustainability. And not just at home in the Czech Republic. For example, the newly commissioned solar facility at the plant in Pune, India, will cover up to 30% of the plant’s energy consumption.
The Enyaq iV family is just the start of Škoda’s move to greater sustainability. Three more electric cars will be added to the portfolio by 2026.