The production started in November, but as of now, it's barely above 1,000.

Skoda celebrates the production milestone of two million crossovers/SUVs cumulatively as well as the 250,000th Kamiq model. But is the EV share substantial already?

The company started production of the all-new Skoda Enyaq iV model in November 2020, but as it turns out, the ramp-up is not particularly quick.

According to the latest data, the company so far produced only about 1,100 units:

  • Yeti - 684,500
  • Kodiaq - 593,600
  • Karoq - 454,800
  • Kamiq - 266,000 (Including Kamiq GT in China)
  • Enyaq iV - 1,100

The long-term target is 250-350 units daily, but when will it happen?

Skoda Enyaq iV
Skoda Enyaq IV

Anyway, the Skoda Enyaq iV is the only MEB-base all-electric model produced in Europe outside Germany, at Skoda's main plant in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic.

We guess that with 40% of brand sales being crossovers/SUVs, and the electrification megatrend combined, it's just a matter of time when we will see a higher volume for the Enyaq iV.

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