Wednesday April 1, 2020

Škoda gears up for ‘India 2.0’

Carmaker will employ 250 at a new technical centre there as it aims to crack the subcontinent’s market

1st March, 2020
Škoda is targeting India after its success in neighbouring China

The Volkswagen Group, together with its local partners, leads the market in China. Last year, it delivered 4.23 million vehicles there. This year it is investing €4 billion in China, with almost half of that going towards e-mobility.

It is also increasing its efforts in the market that could be the “next China” – India – and it’s starting with an investment of €1 billion to implement a project called India 2.0.


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