Skoda intends to make use of the Volkswagen's MEB platform in new electric models based on Vision E concept from 2017.
Using a 13-kWh lithium-ion battery pack that can be fully recharged in two and a half hours, the concept has an all-electric range of 43 miles
While Elon Musk’s own first-generation Tesla Roadster won’t quite make it to the Red Planet, Skoda's flagship Superb will.
Skoda has announced that it will manufacture purely electric vehicles at its Mlada Boleslav plant in the Czech Republic starting in 2020.
Skoda made the Vision E concept available for review, but speed was limited to just 15 km/h (9 mph) for over 200-meters, so it wasn't a typical test drive...to...
A new report from AutoExpress shines light on Skoda’s future electric vehicle plans, set to begin early next decade with a series of purely electric models.
It will become the brand’s first-ever PHEV and will feature the same 1.4-liter TSI turbo engine paired to a 114-horsepower (85-kilowatt) electric motor the...
Following a preview earlier this week, Skoda has dropped more details about its all-electric concept set to remain strictly a one-off.
Skoda, as with other brands in the Volkswagen Group, is now developing new long-range all-electric car models, ones they say will be affordable.
With suicide doors, electric powertrain, and autonomous driving tech - this is not your typical humble Skoda.
Reading between the lines, it most likely means the pint-sized Citigo will be the one to get an all-electric powertrain.
Skoda Vision E debut at the Shanghai Auto Show raised a lot of interest, and the hope that the production model in 2020 will be one of the most affordable.
No less than five Skoda EVs are going to be launched by the middle of the next decade, kicking things off with the first one due in 2020.
Ready to make its public debut next month at the Shanghai Motor Show, the Vision E Concept is Skoda’s way of announcing its green push in the forthcoming years.