Needless to say, many automakers are already in full swing replenishing their lines with new models of electric cars. Skoda also decided to join the new requests and thought about creating its own environmentally friendly novelty. Skoda CEO Thomas Schaefer was the first to make a statement, saying that in the first half of 2021 the company had already produced 100 yew. electric cars and are determined to increase these figures. However, Mr. Thomas admitted that there are fears of "falling out" of the planned schedule due to the well-known problem with the shortage of microchips. But Skoda will do everything possible to achieve the desired delivery figures. It is worth noting that previously most of the cars produced by the company consisted of hybrids, but now the management decided that it was time to tip the scales in the direction of electric cars. The emphasis will be placed on the Skoda Enyaq iV model, built on the MEB platform. The pre-order for this model has reached almost 70,000, which is significant. The company plans to deliver all the ordered cars to their owners by the summer of the next code. Plug-in hybrid vehicles will still be available in Octavia and Superb versions, but all future examples will be based on the more stylish Enyaq cross-coupe body style. And by 2025, the company plans to introduce its first compact electric car.
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