Skoda launches electric Citigo and electrified Superb

With the Citigo EGV, Skoda has presented its first fully electric car. According to the manufacturer, the city car is about 265 kilometers away on a battery land. In addition, Skoda has unveiled the renewed Superb.


With the Citigo EGV, Skoda has presented its first fully electric car. According to the manufacturer, the city car is about 265 kilometers away on a battery land. In addition, Skoda has unveiled the renewed Superb.

The Citigo eiV has a 36.8 kWh battery pack in the bottom, which, as stated, must be able to achieve a range of 265 kilometers. The car can be recharged up to 80 percent at a fast charging station in an hour, says Skoda.

Despite the addition of the battery pack, according to the Czech brand there is room for 250 liters of luggage. Production will start in the second half of the year and will be at the Dutch dealers in January 2020.

Custom appearance for Superb

In addition, Skoda presents the updated Superb, which can now also be supplied with a plug-in hybrid drive line. The technology, consisting of a 1.4-liter gasoline engine and an electric motor, shares the car with the Volkswagen Passat. The system power is 218 hp.

The electrified Superb iV has a 13 kWh battery pack and comes according to the manufacturer about 55 kilometers far on electricity alone.

The facelifted model can be recognized by a modified front and differently arranged light units. Inside, Skoda installs a new infotainment system. Just like the electric Citigo, the car will come to the Netherlands in January.

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