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Mladá Boleslav Czech Republic
Founded in 1895
45,000 employees

ŠKODA AUTO is supercharging the brand for the electric and digital age: the Mladá Boleslav-based car manufacturer has refocused its strategic goals and presented a new brand identity as part of ‘Explore More’, which centres on a new design language, a new logo and an accelerated e-campaign. The company will have launched three new all-electric models by 2026 – a small car, a compact SUV and a seven-seater for families. The recently unveiled VISION 7S concept study offers a concrete outlook on the seven-seater. Over the next five years, ŠKODA AUTO will be investing a further €5.6 billion in e-mobility and €700 million in digitalisation to achieve these targets.

ŠKODA ENYAQ COUPE RS iV Fuel consumption (WLTP) combined [kWh/100 km] 17,2-18,1; range WLTP [km] 504; CO₂-emissions in g/km: 0 (combined); only consumption and emission values according to WLTP and not according to NEDC are available for the vehicle.

With its diverse, modern model portfolio, ŠKODA AUTO is fully leveraging the potential of its current target groups and attracting new customers to the Volkswagen Group. The Czech carmaker is remaining true to its brand virtues, from entry-level mobility to battery-electric family SUVs: The models will continue to be affordable, functional and spacious and offer an excellent price-performance ratio – even in the age of electromobility. ‘Explore More’ is ŠKODA AUTO’s roadmap for the years ahead: the company is committed to its successful course and will be presenting three new, battery-electric models by 2026, with more in the pipeline. At the same time, modern and efficient combustion engines will remain an important pillar of ŠKODA AUTO’s operating business during the transformation phase. As is typical for the car manufacturer, all future vehicles will offer real added value in a ‘simply clever’ way and boast surprising features and intuitive operation.

In terms of strategy, ŠKODA AUTO is bringing its expertise to bear in growth markets, with the aim of expanding the brand’s presence over the coming years, playing to its strengths in the cost-sensitive entry-level segment and efficiently leveraging existing potential for the Volkswagen Group. At the same time, the carmaker will be expanding its market share in Europe to firmly establish itself among the five best-selling brands in the region by 2030.

ŠKODA AUTO has also set itself ambitious goals in the area of sustainability: the manufacturer has made the topic an integral part of the ‘NEXT LEVEL – ŠKODA STRATEGY 2030’, in order to reduce the ecological footprint of the company’s activities along the entire value chain. For example, the share of all-electric models in the brand’s European sales is supposed to exceed 70% by 2030, and fleet emissions are meant to be reduced by more than 50% compared to 2020. In addition, the car manufacturer plans to achieve CO2-neutral production at its Czech plants by 2030 and reach this goal at its Indian plants by 2025.


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