Skoda has laid out its product strategy for the next decade, confirming it will launch three new electric cars by 2030.
The company has released precious few details about its new EVs, but Skoda’s CEO Thomas Schäfer has said that all three will be smaller and cheaper than the Enyaq.
What’s more, by targeting affordable electric cars, Skoda also hopes to capture between 50 and 70 percent of the market by 2030.
Schäfer’s statement was illustrated by a teaser image, which showed three cars under wraps.
Earlier this year, Skoda filed a trademark for the “Elroq” nameplate, possibly pointing to a small electric SUV similar in size to the Karoq.The remaining two model names should also start with an “E,” as Skoda carves out its naming convention for its EVs.
All three EVs should also be based on a version of the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, some possibly on the MEB Entry platform being developed for supermini sized electric cars.
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