Skoda India Records Over 1 Lac Units Sales in Last 2 Years

Skoda has achieved a significant milestone by selling 1 lac cars in the Indian market overall during the past two years. This also aligns with Skoda’s redesigned India 2.0 project, which is centered on the MQB A0 IN architecture from the Volkswagen Group, created especially for the Indian market.

Kushaq and Slavia, two new vehicles from the Czech automaker, were introduced as part of the India 2.0 program. In addition to these two models, Skoda also offers the Kodiaq, a high-end D-segment SUV that is sold in India as a completely knocked down (CKD) model.

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In a press release, Skoda stated that 2022 was a record-breaking one for the company, following the launch of the two India-centric models. In 2022, the Czech carmaker registered a volume of 53,721 units, which was the company’s highest ever in India. This was followed by a slight drop the following year due to supply issues and related constraints. Skoda achieved sales of 48,755 units in 2023.

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Commenting on the achievement, Petr Janeba, Brand Director, Skoda Auto India said:

“It was extremely important for us to maintain our momentum through 2023 after the record-high of 2022. Our efforts in 2023 focussed on consolidating our position by continuous enhancements across our product range, widening our network, and improving the quality in sales and after-sales for more satisfied customers, connected through our Human Touch philosophy to cater to all our customer’s needs.”

Skoda already exports a good number of cars from India to other parts of the world. For 2024, products, parts, and components will play a huge part in Skoda’s entry into the Vietnam market.

Related: Premier Motors Shelves Plans to Launch Volkswagen & Skoda Vehicles in Pakistan

Skoda vehicles, along with Volkswagen cars were set to hit the roads in Pakistan as construction of the plant near Karachi was underway. However, it was later reported that the company Premier Motors shelved the plans to introduce locally assembled Skoda and VW vehicles in Pakistan.

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