Future shock from Škoda

Škoda is planning an array of electric vehicles between now and 2025, with its Vision E forming the vanguard in 2020, writes Matt Robinson

3rd September, 2017
Future shock from Škoda
The fully electric Škoda Vision E keeps up the Czech carmaker’s tradition of excellence

As concerns over environmental issues and automotive exhaust gases grow almost by the day, more stringent pollution laws are accelerating the shift from combustion engines to electric vehicles among consumers.

But while many manufacturers are trying to leverage the all-round benefits of plug-in hybrids (which offer low emissions output and extraordinary official fuel economy figures, coupled with range anxiety-defeating fuel tanks), the real key to long-term electric vehicle (EV) success is going to be in...

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