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Skoda Auto has presented the first Enyaq iV produced at its main plant in Mlada Boleslav to the National Technical Museum in Prague.

24 Sep 2021 | International News : Czech Republic

The first ever Skoda Enyaq produced at the firm's main plant vehicle in Mlada Boleslav has found a new home. The car will be displayed at the National Technical Museum in Prague, where it now sits alongside numerous other milestones from the Czech manufacturer's history, including the Voiturette B from as far back as 1906.

Skoda Auto has been producing vehicles with electrified powertrains since November 2019. These include the Superb iV at the Kvasiny site, and the first units of the all-electric Citigoe iV from the production line in Bratislava.

The Skoda Enyaq iV, the firm's first 100% battery-electric series production model, is thus its biggest step in its electromobility strategy to date. The car is based on the Volkswagen Group's Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) and was first produced on 25 November 2020 at its main plant in Mlada Boleslav.

At the beginning of 2022 production of MEB battery systems for the Enyaq iV will also begin at this site. Skoda plans to release at least three more all-electric models by 2030, which will be positioned below the Enyaq iV in terms of price and size. The carmaker expects to increase the share of all-electric vehicles to between 50% and 70% of its model range in Europe. This will contribute to reducing the fleet CO2 emissions by more than 50% by 2030.

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