The all-new Skoda Slavia compact sedan made its global debut in India on November 18. According to reports, the car is based on the company's localised MQB-A0-IN platform, officially replaces the Rapid sedan. It's one of four new products that the company aims to release as part of its India 2.0 strategy. Moreover, bookings for the car has been opened with three variants for the customer to choose from.
The long-awaited Skoda Kushaq has been launched in India, with prices ranging from Rs 10.50 lakh for the base model and to Rs 17.60 lakh for their exclusive ones. The German carmaker has finally introduced their SUV in the Indian market. The car comes with LED taillamps, foglamps and daytime running lamps. The car apart from Candy White, comes in Brilliant Silver and Carbon Steel.
Skoda Auto has donated a relief package of one million euros to aid India's COVID-19 crisis. Reportedly, the donation is in partnership with the Volkswagen Group and will contain medical equipment along with financial aid. Moreover, the Indian Red Cross will monitor the distribution of these supplies at the root level. The Czech automaker has notably two manufacturing plants in the country with employees across Pune, Mumbai and Aurangabad. … read-more
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European automaker Skoda has deferred the launch of its new generation Skoda Octavia owing to the degrading COVID-19 situations in Maharashtra. Reportedly, the launch, earlier scheduled in 2020, was rescheduled to April 2021 and now has been postponed for indefinitely until the condition in the state gets improved. Meanwhile, Maharashtra continues to be one of the worst COVID-affected states in the country.
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Automobile giant Skoda Auto Volkswagen India has achieved the feat of becoming a net water positive company with a score of 1:1.05. The term indicates the quantity of water restored in proportion to its consumption. Reportedly, the company replenished 105 litres of water for every 100 litres it used. The company's Managing Director Gurupratap Boparai expressed his aspiration to continue such sustainability measures. The company now eyes the… read-more
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Skoda Auto will not bring Skoda Kodiaq RS car to India as the company's director Zac Hollis thinks that the vehicle will not do well in the country due to its "higher price". Reportedly, its price is estimated to be around Rs 40-50 lakh. The Skoda Kodiaq RS has a 2.0 litre twin-turbocharged diesel engine; and the SUV comes with an all-wheel-drive system as well.
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