Every Skoda coming soon

Skoda plans to expand its electric car range to six models by 2026, but it's not giving up on petrol or diesel cars yet either. Here's what we know about each of the brand's upcoming models...

Skoda electric car range

Like pieces slotting into place on a jigsaw puzzle, Skoda’s range of electric cars will rapidly expand in the coming years. In fact, the brand plans to grow its electric car and electric SUV offering to six models by 2026, encompassing everything from small cars to large SUVs.

Don’t think that means turning away from combustion engines or plug-in hybrid options, though – before the first in a new line-up of electric models goes on sale, there’ll be all-new versions of the Skoda Superb executive car and the Kodiaq large SUV.

Here, we reveal what’s coming when, and what you need to know about each car coming soon. And to give you an idea of what they’ll look like, we’ve also included official images that show 3D models of each car where applicable – car designers usually produce these ahead of production of the real car.

Skoda Superb – Spring 2024

Skoda Superb silhouette

The Skoda Superb is a frequent winner at the annual What Car? Car of the Year Awards, majoring on offering masses of space for both people and luggage, and a comfortable ride that’s well suited to covering big miles on the motorway. For this fourth-generation version, the styling will evolve to incorporate elements from the Skoda’s more recent offerings, including a more prominent slatted grille, and steeper front and rear bumpers.

As with the current car, 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre petrol and 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre diesels will be offered, with most benefiting from fuel-saving mild hybrid electrical assistance. At least one plug-in hybrid version will also be available at launch, combining a 1.4-litre petrol engine with an electric motor.

This model will be a twin with the upcoming ninth-generation Volkswagen Passat and, like that car, it will also be available in estate forms.

Skoda Kodiaq – Spring 2024

Skoda Kodiaq silhouette

The new Kodiaq will receive more aerodynamic styling, borrowing elements from the Vision 7S concept car (more on that below). It will use the same engines, including at least one new plug-in hybrid option, as the Skoda Superb – with the latter able to travel at least 30 miles on electric power alone. Don’t expect too many changes to how much you can fit inside the Kodiaq – not that that’s a bad thing, though, because the current car has an enormous boot which, in our tests, managed to swallow nine carry-on suitcases.

Skoda Elroq electric SUV – Summer 2024

Skoda Elroq SUV front

The Elroq will be the first model to follow the Czech brand’s new design language. Distinguished by a slim front grille, angular lights and less prominent air vents than we’ve seen before, the Elroq will be sold alongside the current Skoda Karoq family SUV for a short time before it effectively replaces that model.

As well as borrowing most of its interior components from today’s Skoda Enyaq electric SUV, the Elroq is expected to share that car’s battery pack and motor options. That means two versions are likely to be offered, with entry level models being powered by a single motor and drawing power from a smaller battery, and range-topping versions adding a second motor for four-wheel drive, as well as a larger battery. How far the Elroq will go between charges has yet to be revealed, but the current Enyaq can officially travel for up to 339 miles.

Skoda small electric car – 2025

Skoda small electric car

This as-yet-unnamed hatchback will be a sibling to the Cupra UrbanRebel and Volkswagen ID 2, but will be priced slightly cheaper than the latter, with an estimated starting price of around £21,000.

As yet, there are no official details regarding what will power the new model, but it’s expected to borrow the ID 2’s 38kWh and 56kWh battery packs, which offer ranges of up to 220 miles and 280 miles respectively in that car. In both cases, those ranges are similar to what the two versions available in the rival MG 4 can manage.

Skoda officials have said the new model will offer similar levels of space to today’s Scala family hatchback, whose boot swallowed seven carry-on suitcases in our tests. And as we can see from the official illustration above, the new model will take on a boxy SUV-esque shape despite its small proportions.

Facelifted Skoda Enyaq iV electric SUV – 2025

Skoda Enyaq facelift model

Having been introduced in 2020, the Enyaq electric SUV is due for a mid-life refresh in 2025, in order to keep it competitive against a growing roster of rivals. Its styling will be tweaked to bring it in line with Skoda’s new family of electric models – including a thinner front grille and larger, more aggressive air intakes to cool its battery – and we’ll likely see small improvements to the car’s range and performance. 

Facelifted Skoda Enyaq iV Coupé electric SUV – 2025

Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe model

The Enyaq Coupé is far younger than its regular SUV sibling, having only gone on sale in 2022, but by 2025 it, too, will be ready for a mid-life nip and tuck. Expect the same styling and performance enhancements as on the regular Enyaq, plus the continuation of a range-topping vRS model.

Skoda electric estate car – 2026

Skoda electric estate car

Estate cars from Skoda come with high expectations; both the Skoda Octavia Estate and larger Superb Estate have five-star ratings from What Car?. It's likely, then, that the brand's (yet unnamed) electric estate car will continue in the practical vein of its combustion-engined predecessors.

At the moment, the all-electric estate car market is a slim one, containing just one entry, the MG 5, but by the time Skoda’s electric estate car goes on sale, there will also be the Audi A6 Avant e-tron, which is due to arrive in 2024. 

Two versions of the A6 Avant e-tron will be offered, with entry level versions with a single motor and 70kWh battery offering a range of up to 300 miles, and range-topping models getting a 100kWh battery good for up to 435 miles. Why does that matter? Well, since both Audi and Skoda are part of the Volkswagen Group, it’s expected that the Skoda electric estate car will borrow the Avant e-tron's components, for a similar official range.

Skoda Vision 7S – 2026

Skoda Vision 7S model

This seven-seat electric SUV is based on the Vision 7S concept car unveiled last year. Eventually intended to replace the Kodiaq as the largest and most expensive Skoda you can buy, it’s expected to retain the concept’s bluff, muscular styling. Some of the concept’s more frivolous features, such as the exterior grab handle that can be pulled to shut off all the car's electrical systems, and the massive seven-slot front grille, won't make it to production, however.

The Vision 7S concept draws its power from an 89kWh battery pack and has a targeted range of up to 370 miles. Inside, a 16.4in infotainment screen is the focal point, and its three-row seating arrangement places an integrated child car seat in the second row, but the latter feature is unlikely to make it to production.

Prices should start from around £55,000, making the Vision 7S a relative bargain next to most other seven-seat electric SUVs.

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