The crossover will appear this year, and it will be possible to import it under the parallel import scheme.
The second half of 2023 will be quite busy for Skoda as the Czech automaker, which is part of the Volkswagen Group, intends to release several updated and new models.
It is planned to update the Kamiq crossover and Scala compact hatchback. The Enyaq electric crossover will receive a new top-end Laurin & Klement package.
Elroq, the younger brother of Enyaq, will also appear, as explained by company chairman Klaus Zellmer. But these are all prospects “until 2025”.
But in the second half of 2023, Skoda will introduce a new generation of Superb and Kodiaq, which will receive hybrid powertrains. It is worth noting that Superb will no longer be produced in the Czech Republic – production is transferred to Bratislava, where it will be assembled at the same plant with the next generation VW Passat.
That is, the Skoda Kodiaq will continue to be equipped with gasoline engines, which means it will be of interest to the Russian car market, where electric vehicles are still not popular due to climatic conditions.
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