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Skoda plots four new electric models by the end of 2026. Image by Skoda.

Skoda plots four new electric models by the end of 2026
And the brand will refresh the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe models in 2025.
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Skoda has confirmed an electric car offensive that will see four all-new models hit the market before the end of 2026. These models include a production version of the Vision 7S concept and Skoda’s take on the ID.2 revealed by Volkswagen earlier this year.

So what exactly will the four newcomers be?

An eclectic mix, really. All four will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB electric car architecture, but they will occupy very different sectors of the market.

The cheapest of the four will be a Fabia-sized hatchback that shares much with Volkswagen’s ID.2 that was shown off earlier this month. Currently known only as the ‘Small’, which is unlikely to be its final name, the new car is expected to cost around £22,000. At around 4.1 metres long, the new model will have roughly the same footprint as the Fabia, but it’ll have much the same boot space as the existing Scala.

But before the ‘Small’ arrives in 2024, the Elroq will arrive to replace the Karoq SUV. It will be slightly longer than the existing Karoq, at around 4.5 metres in length, but Skoda has promised a “spacious, very practical” interior.

In 2026, meanwhile, the new ‘Estate’ will join the line-up, offering roughly the same dimensions as the existing Octavia Estate. That will be followed by the production version of the Vision 7S concept revealed last year.

What of the existing internal combustion models?

They carry on as before, more or less. The Karoq’s days look to be numbered, but Skoda has confirmed new versions of the Kamiq, Octavia and Scala will all arrive in the coming years. The brand has also announced new-generation versions of the Kodiaq and Superb will arrive this year, complete width a choice of petrol, diesel and hybrid powertrains.

And the Enyaq?

That’s carrying on, too, albeit with a slightly new shape. The revamped electric SUV will arrive in 2025, complete with a choice of conventional SUV and Coupe body shapes.

When can we see these newcomers?

The Superb and Kodiaq will arrive later this year, followed by the Elroq and the Small, with the two Enyaqs coming in 2025. The Estate and the production version of the Vision 7S will come in 2026.

Any word on prices?

Apart from the Small, there’s no word on how much any of these cars will cost. The new Enyaq models are expected to cost roughly the same as the existing versions.



James Fossdyke - 25 Apr 2023


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