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Next-Gen Skoda Superb And Kodiaq To Debut This Fall, Octavia Facelift Due 2024

Skoda did more than just tease its six future EVs during an event held today at home in Mladá Boleslav as it also announced it remains committed to offering cars with combustion engines. The next Superb flagship will premiere this fall in both liftback and wagon body styles together with the new Kodiaq seven-seat SUV. The company’s largest vehicles will be offered with plug-in hybrid powertrains alongside the “most advanced gasoline and diesel engines.”

It’s worth mentioning that Skoda won’t make the Superb at its Kvasiny factory in the Czech Republic anymore since production is moving to Volkswagen Group’s plant in Bratislava, Slovakia. The next-generation Passat will be made there as well exclusively as a wagon developed by Skoda. Considering the green push, these will likely be the final generation Superb and Kodiaq to offer ICE power.

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