Smaller and much more affordable electric car models from the Volkswagen Group have already been promised, but now the first sketches of the upcoming cars are coming. In a tweet, Volkswagen calls the model a new entry-level model.
The cars will be manufactured in Spain and will leave the factory in slightly different variants sold under the brands Volkswagen, Skoda, and Cupra (Seat). They are all based on a smaller version of the MEB platform, which is currently used for Volkswagen’s ID.3, ID.4, Skoda Enyaq and Audi Q4 e-tron, among others.
Regardless of whether the model is called Volkswagen, Skoda or Cupra, the cars will share a platform, battery, electric motor and probably a lot more. The Volkswagen Group also promises an attractive price tag, from 20,000 to 25,000 euros, corresponding to approximately 210,000 to 260,000 kronor at today’s exchange rates. Production will start from the year 2025.
Sneak peek! 🤩These are the first sketches of our smaller e-models from #Skoda, #Cupra & #VWwhich will be built in #Spain from 2025. These entry level electric vehicles make the access to #eMobility easier & push the country’s future of mobility – for generations to come. pic.twitter.com/LX49mJPYB5
– Volkswagen Group (@VWGroup) May 5, 2022