Skoda’s first production electric car in its 124-year history is a battery powered version of the Citigo city car
The Skoda Citigo e iV – the Czech brand’s first-ever production electric car – has made its public debut at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production is due to begin this Autumn, before going on sale in Britain early in 2020.
Prices have not been announced, but Skoda has hinted that the Citigo e iV will go on sale for “under €20,000” in Europe and before government incentives, so we anticipate a price around the £18,000 mark in the UK.
The Skoda Citigo e iV’s styling doesn’t change drastically compared to its petrol powered stablemates. The only real changes are limited to a body-coloured blanked-off grille, a smoother front bumper, a charging socket in place of the fuel filler nozzle and a fresh set of aerodynamically-efficient alloy wheels alongside the e iV badging. LED running lights are s
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