The ŠKODA OCTAVIA has been a family favourite ever since its debut back in 1996.
Now in it's fourth generation, the striking All-New ŠKODA OCTAVIA comes with more space, smarter connectivity and, for the first time ever, the option of a plug-in hybrid engine.
The all-new ŠKODA Octavia features ŠKODA's most advanced tech.
The ŠKODA Octavia's brand new design makes it a striking presence on the road. The imposingly redesigned front grille is framed by razor-sharp headlights each with 22 brilliantly bright LEDs.
Once you step inside, ease into the ergonomic driver's seat and turn on the ambient lighting, you'll immediately feel the huge amount of interior space on offer.
ŠKODA is establishing a new naming convention that combines the ‘E’ in reference to electromobility and the ‘Q’ characterising the final letter of ŠKODA’s successful SUV family.
The ŠKODA ENYAQ is the Czech brand’s first series-production vehicle based on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) and the next of the series of more than ten electric models that will be launched under the ŠKODA iV sub-brand by the end of 2022.
The name of the new ŠKODA ENYAQ is derived from the Irish name ‘Enya’, meaning ‘source of life’. Enya itself comes from the Irish Gaelic word ‘Eithne’, meaning ‘essence’, ‘spirit’ or ‘principle’.
These different meanings allow different perspectives on the name of ŠKODA’s new SUV. The ‘source of life’ symbolises the start of a new era as the car manufacturer enters into electromobility.
The ŠKODA Vision iV is ŠKODA's game-changing blueprint for driving electric future.
This crossover-coupe boasts robustly athletic look and a hugely spacious interior that gives a hint of what's to come in ŠKODA's electric range.
Built on the Volkswagen Group's MED platform, the ŠKODA Vision iV represents a step change in electric mobility.
It's a fully electric, five door crossover coupe concept vehicle with all-wheel drive, a luxurious, spacious interior and an expected range of over 300 miles.
ŠKODA designers have taken advantage of there being no classic transmission tunnel to create a new kind of central console.The result is plenty of space between you and the front passenger and room to integrate two phones into the infotainment system.