Recently, Skoda announced its new car plan for 2023 during the 2023 annual conference.
This year’s new car plan includes mid-term facelifts for KAMIQ and SCALA, while the Octavia and Kodiaq will undergo generational changes in the second half of the year. At the same time, Skoda will launch the flagship version of the electric car ENYAQ iV, and the all-new electric car ELROQ is also about to debut.
Earlier, spy shots of the new KAMIQ had been exposed by foreign media.
The spy photos of the new SCALA have also been exposed.
Both new cars will mainly upgrade in appearance, interior, and configuration, while making some minor adjustments to details such as the grille and headlights. In terms of power, the new cars are expected to remain consistent with the current models.
ENYAQ iV will add a Laurin \& Klemen version. This version is the flagship version of the car series and will have certain improvements in configuration and materials. In addition, the all-new electric car ELROQ may debut this year, but it is expected to be positioned as an entry-level product and will not be officially launched until 2025.
The spy photos of the new Octavia Combi have been exposed earlier, and it is expected to be officially released in the second half of the year. The production of this car in Europe will be relocated from the Czech Republic to Slovakia, where it will be produced in line with the next generation Passat.
The all-new generation of the Octavia is also expected to be officially released in the second half of the year. The new Kodiaq is produced based on the MQB Evo platform, and in addition to diesel and gasoline versions, it will also add the latest plug-in hybrid system version.
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