New Skoda Cars and SUVs Arriving in 2024-2025: Finally Better than Volkswagen?

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It’s safe to say that Skoda has finally asserted its independence from Volkswagen. Today, the Czech brand stands firmly on its own, not merely as a budget alternative to VW, but often as a superior choice. We’ll demonstrate this by highlighting the latest offerings from Skoda, which encompass both electric and internal combustion vehicles across hatchback, sedan, station wagon, and SUV classes.

Skoda Kodiaq:
Originally introduced as a budget-friendly option compared to VW’s Tiguan and Touareg SUVs, the Kodiaq 7-seater has evolved into a beloved choice for families, thanks to its spacious interior and appealing design. The latest iteration of this model cements its position as the top-tier offering from the brand, boasting a 2.4-inch increase in length while slightly reducing its width and height by 0.7 and 0.6 inches respectively.

Škoda Superb:
While other brands within the VW Group are phasing out sedans and wagons from their range, Skoda remains committed to offering the Superb as both a liftback and a more functional Combi variant. The latest model features evolutionary design elements and has grown in size, providing enhanced headroom for passengers and increased cargo capacity.

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For 2024, Skoda Kamiq Monte Carlo is brought in line with the rest of the range, getting an minor exterior facelift and more tech.

Skoda Octavia:
2024 Skoda Octavia is not all-new this year, but does come with a host of significant updates. There are 2nd generation Matrix LEDs, revised engines, and new 13inch infotainment display, available as an option.

Skoda Enyaq:
Skoda Enyaq debuts new 85 and 85x versions, with 285 horses. The flagship Rs also gain extra power and produces 340hps, 402lb-ft and 112 MPH.

Škoda Roadiaq:
Skoda is renowned for partnering with student teams to create captivating concepts aimed at capturing the attention of the next generation of drivers. In this instance, a group of 29 talented individuals from Skoda Vocational School has designed an innovative Skora Rodiaq camper specifically tailored for contemporary digital nomads. Using the all-electric SUV Enyaq 80x Sportline model as their foundation, they increased its height by almost 14 inches by incorporating a new roof structure.

Skoda Scala:
In 2024, Skoda’s subcompact hatchback undergoes a mid-life refresh. While retaining VW’s MQB A0 platform for small cars, the model introduces updated bumper and grille designs, new wheels available in sizes up to 18 inches, and a choice of 9 exterior colors, including the exclusive Steel Grey option.

Skoda Epiq:
Despite its attention-grabbing name, Skoda’s latest electric crossover will be positioned as the most affordable option, priced below 25 thousand euros, in the brand’s upcoming lineup of six electric vehicles. Measuring approximately 161 inches in length, it will be smaller than the Kamiq and will utilize the MEB Entry platform, which is also used for the VW ID2All model.

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