The Czech carmaker, which belongs to the Volkswagen Group, confirmed that the vehicle assigned to the Landaben factory will be around 4.2 metres long. In addition, its provisional name is ‘Small’ and it will have a boot capacity of approximately 450 litres. However, the definitive model will be known just a year before production begins in the region.
The Volkswagen Navarra factory will produce Škoda’s small electric SUV from 2026. This was recently announced by Klaus Zellmer, CEO of the Czech car manufacturer. In this regard, he said that the vehicle assigned to the Navarre plant will be around 4.1 metres long.
He also informed that its provisional name is “Small” and that it will have a boot capacity of approximately 450 litres. However, the definitive model will be known just a year before production begins in Navarra. “We are confident that this model will significantly increase electrification, and not only in the Czech Republic,” he added.
Zellmer made his remarks at Škoda’s headquarters in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic, at a meeting where he also unveiled three more electric models – the Elroq, Space and State – as well as the facelifted Enyaq iV and its coupé variant. Although the company shared virtual recreations of all these vehicles with attendees, the final designs could still undergo modifications.