Skoda Vision E
On sale: 2020
SKODA has been relatively slow to embrace electrification, but that’s set to change over the next few years.
First, the brand will launch a plug-in hybrid Superb, and then the production version of the Vision E concept (above) will appear.
The forthcoming model will sit on the VW Group’s MEB platform, and should have at least 250bhp, four-wheel drive and a pure-electric range of more than 300 miles.
This car is likely to be the most expensive Skoda when it arrives in 2020; expect a price of over £40,000.