The 100,000th Skoda Enyaq iV rolled off the assembly line at the main Skoda plant n Mladá Boleslav at the end of August. The company uses the "iV" emblem to designate cars with a partially or fully electric drive train. Skoda presently offers three iV models: the Superb iV and Octavia iV plug-in hybrids and the Skoda Enyaq iV fully electric SUV.
Michael Oeljeklaus, a member of the Skoda Board, said: A tailor-made start on the route to the electric age: "100,000 Skoda Enyaq iV electric vehicles created in less than two years. Thank you to the entire production crew for producing our Enyaq iV vehicles at such a high rate and with such good quality. Now we're moving forward in small increments - the Enyaq iV and our two plug-in hybrid models are just the beginning".
Skoda did not release the exact respective production figures for the models. However, the Enyaq iV electric vehicle has been in production since 2020, with deliveries beginning this year. Previously, in 2019, the electric minicar Citigo iV based on the VW e-up was released; however, the electric vehicle was discontinued in 2020.
The Skoda Enyaq iV is the brand's first vehicle built on the Volkswagen Group's MEB electric car platform, while the plug-in hybrids and Citigo iV are still based on combustion platforms. The Skoda Enyaq iV SUV is available with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, five power levels, and three battery capacities. In the WLTP cycle, the range is more than 520 kilometers depending on the battery capacity.
By 2030, Skoda plans to add at least three more fully electric vehicles to its lineup, all of which will be priced and sized lower than the Enyaq iV. Depending on market conditions, the business aims for a 50 to 70% share of fully electric cars in Europe. @via Skoda.