A few days ago, Skoda showed the world its future plans. Mladá Boleslav’s family delivered a blow on the table that few rivals could have expected. On the one hand, it updated its corporate identity with an updated logo, on the other, it is now going electrified. Its range will feature several electric models before entering our lives in 2030, with the Enyaq iV now standing out as a precursor to this journey…

All the media focus is on Skoda VISION 7S We have spoken to you many times. But don’t let the trees stop you from looking at the forest, Czech House is determined to “burn out” in the lowest, most sought-after niche. So one of its future innovations is important.it’s about The new version of the Skoda Fabiaone of the most important and best-selling city cars of the Volkswagen Group in Europe, will be the electric…

The successor to the current Skoda Fabia will be electric, will arrive by 2030 and will be based on the MEB platform…

Volkswagen ID.3 2019

As you know because we have commented on it many times, Volkswagen Group is developing its electric urban futureTo this end, it is designing a spin-off of the MEB platform, which has given life to the Enyaq iV or ID.3, and will be named SSP. Out of curiosity, it can charge the battery faster as it will hit 200 kW. Additionally, a future electric Fabia could use a scaled-down version of the 89 kWh battery.

However, it was said a long time ago that Volkswagen Group’s electric cars A and B will arrive in 2024. However, the date seems to have been pushed back for various reasons.First and foremost they need Reduce development costs, sell well and earn more. That’s where Autocar comes in and everything Czech company head Klaus Zellmer said during the VISION 7S demo.

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As Zellmer explained to the press…

“The price positioning of the Fabia will be replaced by battery electric vehicles and we are working on that”

However, he pointed out that…

“The biggest challenge right now is cost [de fabricar] battery electric vehicles, especially when making cars [del tamaño de] Fabia. We have to have a little patience.”

Currently We don’t know how advanced this project is, although Hyundai and Kia have announced that their electric cities are coming soon. That’s probably why the Bavarian consortium wants to do well so as not to screw up and fail like Citigo, Up and Mii. under any circumstances, Fabia and its group electric brothers are not expected to be born before 2026so the wait will be long…

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