Skoda will launch five electrified vehicles by the end of 2020, CEO Bernhard Maier has confirmed.
Previously, Skoda has confirmed 10 electrified models – made up of six electric cars and four plug-in hybrids – would arrive by 2025, but Maier has now said half of these will come in the next two years.
There remains two unconfirmed electrified models to arrive in the next two years, both of which are likely to be plug-in hybrids of models based on the same MQB platform as the Superb. Maier has previously hinted that the Kodiaq is the next candidate. A plug-in hybrid Octavia would also be a natural step.