Skoda has confirmed its commitment to the electric vehicle space by now announcing intentions to deliver six new EV cars by 2026. This comes in the form of four all-new models and two updated Enyaq iV family models, and means Skoda will have invested 5.6 billion euros in e-mobility by the time we reach 2027.
As for what the four new vehicles will be, Skoda has teased this a bit. We are told that the “Small” will be an entry-level model in the A0 segment, the “Compact” will be the all-electric successor to the Karoq SUV, the “Estate” will continue Skoda’s Estate tradition and the “Space” will be a production version of the seven-seat concept car presented in August 2022.
There is no mention of when specifically we should expect each of the vehicles.