After years of playing second fiddle to Volkswagen, Skoda is emerging as an equally premium rival to the German brand and poses a clear dilemma for the fans of VAG autos. Sharp designs, unmatched reliability ratings, top notch electronics and representation across all popular body styles, these are the major selling points of the Czech brand in 2024, that continues the disruption of the long-established status quo. Today we would like to bring you up to speed on the newest offerings by Skoda; as always you will learn about the technical specifications and estimated prices of these cars,
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#1 2024 Škoda Scala
2024 Škoda Scala arrives with a mid-life update that is brings changes across all aspects of the car – exterior, equipment, trim range, and drivetrain option.
#2 2024 Škoda Kamiq
2024 Škoda Kamiq gets similar upgrades as its Scala sibling – refreshed exterior design, new interior materials and tech.
#3 Skoda Fabia RS Rally2
Skoda Fabia RS Rally2 made its racing debut by winning the Lausitz Rally in Germany in November 2022.
#4 2024 SKODA KODIAQ
Skoda is preparing for the upcoming launch of the second generation of its internal combustion flagship, set to arrive in the fall of 2023. The 7-seater family vehicle is likely to retain its familiar design, though some notable changes include an enlarged radiator grille and redesigned front and rear lights. The new Kodiaq will continue to utilize the MQB Evo platform, with a nearly 3-inch increase in overall length.
#5 Skoda Afriq
Skoda Afriq is the brand’s 8th Student Concept Car, created by the students of the Škoda Auto Secondary Vocational School of Engineering.
#6 2024 Skoda Superb
While other brands within the VW Group are eliminating sedans and wagons from their range, Skoda will stand out by maintaining the Superb model in both liftback and Combi (wagon) versions. The 2024 model features an evolutionary design and boasts larger dimensions, providing increased headroom for passengers and offering a generous cargo capacity of 645 liters for the liftback and 690 liters for the wagon.
#7 Škoda Vision 7S
Skoda plans to transform the Vision 7S concept into a production model by 2026 while preserving its key design elements. This includes the distinctive Tech-Deck Face front end featuring a massive bumper with seven vertical slats, accentuated by an aluminum protection panel. Compared to current Skoda models, the new grille will appear notably wider, accompanied by T-shaped narrow headlights positioned towards the edges.
#8 Škoda Hispano-Suiza
The 1928 Skoda Hispano Suiza is a restored retro marvel that was unveiled at the Techno Classica trade fair in Essen in 2023, following a meticulous restoration process that began in 2019 by Skoda’s craftsmen to bring it back to its original state.