Skoda’s first electric car ‘Citigo-e iV’ debut on 23 May 2019 in Bratislava. The company had already shared the sketch of its first fully electric car.
Skoda’s first electric car Citigo-e iV debut
The company will introduce its electric cars worldwide and in Indian markets too. By looking at the sketch the Citigo-e iV electric car reveals that its a look-alike of its Citigo hatch that is already on sale in the European markets.
Expected features Skoda’s first electric car
However we can see a huge difference in the closed off front grille, aerodynamic design on the wheels and charging point is on the right fender at the rear.
Skoda’s first electric car expected specifications
The company may borrow the electric powertrain from ‘VW e-up’, a sister model which can give it a range of 300 Km and we can expect to get 81 horses and the torque will be 210 Nm.
The battery pack is expected to be placed on the floor. The battery pack weights of 230 kgs in Skoda Citigo-e iV.
Skoda will spend around 2 billion Euros on electrification and digitalization
In the next four years, the Skoda will launch the most extensive program in its history. The company will be spending around 2 billion Euros on electrification and digitalization.
Skoda expects to make 10 electric models by 2020
The car manufacturer could have introduced 30 new models out of the 10 will be partially or totally electric by 2020.
The Skoda Citigo-e iV will debut as a production model on Thursday on May 23 at Bratislava, Slovakia.
Skoda’s first plug-in hybrid production car, Superb PHEV
The company’s first plug-in hybrid production car, Superb PHEV will also grace the stage. The Superb PHEV is expected to inherit the plug-in hybrid powertrain from the recently facelifted VW Passat GTE for the European markets.
It is expected to have a 1.4 TSI gasoline engine with an electric motor and 13kWh battery pack for a range of 55 km based on the WLTP cycle.
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