Skoda will start Producing Electric Vehicles by 2020 | All you need to know

Skoda will start Producing Electric Vehicles by 2020, All you need to know: – We are sure that, this news is going to make all car lovers happy for sure. As you all may know that Skoda Auto is going to produce models that run purely on electric at their Mlada Boleslav site. Reports are coming that as of 2019, the brand is going to manufacture the electrical components for plug-in hybrids. As per the reports, the production will start from the mid-2020 and soon it will be out in the market for that year. The production of electric vehicles and parts is a significant step in the implementation of the brand’s future strategy.

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(Image: Skoda) Launch 5 battery-electric models by 2025

Overall, the CEO of Skoda Bernhard Maier said that “Skoda’s future will be electric,” Also, he added “By 2025, we plan to offer five purely electrically powered models in various segments. We are pleased that the first all-electric Skoda will be built in the Czech Republic. This decision underlines the Group’s confidence in the Skoda workforce. This is an important step for the future of the Skoda brand and the Czech Republic as an automotive location.”

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Reports are coming that in the addition to producing electric cars in the Mlada Boleslav plant will also going to manufacture the electric cars along with Volkswagen Group brands as early as 2019. Reports are coming that Skoda also said that its first electric model will be launched in 2019 and it will be the Superb plug-in hybrid and it will roll off the Kvasiny plant production line. Overall, here we are expecting some major roll out from the company in upcoming days.

Also, we all want to tell you that, Mlada Boleslav will manufacture the first purely battery electric model in 2020.You all are going to love to know the other key areas of action include digitizing products and processes, which has already started in India. Skoda even has plans to bring in a low-cost car to the Indian market which will be based on a modified platform of the MQB A0 and reports are saying that the company is already working on it.