• Octavia
      • Octavia
        A unique combination of quality, design and value
        • ​​Quality, design and affordability in a unique combination.
        • ​​​An exceptionally wide range of technical options.
        • ​Octavia has safety at its core.
        • till585l /1455l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
  • Fabia
      • Fabia
        Compact car with outstanding interior space
        • ​​​A blend of elegance and functionality.
        • ​Extraordinary space for both the crew and luggage.
        • ​Available with contrasting rooftop colours.
        • till315l /1180l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from95g/km
      • Fabia Monte Carlo
        Fabia Monte Carlo
        Fashion just found a new designer. Rally.
        • ​A unique style and a ferocious expression.
        • ​The main headlamps as well as the front grille have a black tint.
        • ​Two colour designs of the interior, sports front seats.
        • till315l /1180l
        • from4.2l/100km
        • from109g/km
      • Fabia Combi
        Fabia Combi
        Each day is full of possibilities. Seize them all.
        • ​​A pleasant family vehicle.
        • ​The luggage compartment capacity 505 litres (can be expanded up to 1,485 l).
        • Modern turbo engine TSI and TDI
        • till505l /1485l
        • from3.8l/100km
        • from99g/km
  • Superb
      • Superb
        When you combine elegance with practicality
        • ​A classically elegant sedan with a luxurious space for passenger.
        • TwinDoor – the variable opening of the 5th door.
        • Technically exceptional Bi-Xenon headlamps with AFS.
        • till595l /1700l
        • from4.9l/100km
        • from128g/km
  • Yeti
      • Yeti
        Expect the unexpected
        • ​At home in the city.
        • 4x4 Yeti, at home on the trail.
        • Family orientated practicality and rugged 4x4 styling.
        • till510l /1580l
        • from5.1l/100km
        • from140g/km

ŠKODA delivers 69,500 cars in January

​ŠKODA continues its model offensive: 2013 will see eight new ŠKODA automobiles or model variants. Third ŠKODA Octavia generation in successful launch. German market share now at about 4.7 per cent.
In January 2013, ŠKODA delivered over 69,500 vehicles to customers. As expected, sales of the ŠKODA Octavia were down 7.8 per cent year on year due to the model change. The continued downward trend on some European markets also had a negative impact on sales ŠKODA raised sales in China, its largest market worldwide, by 4.1 per cent. The brand outperformed the respective domestic market in Germany, Great Britain and Austria, among others.

“In 2013, ŠKODA will maintain the intensity of its model offensive. We will introduce a total of eight new ŠKODA automobiles or model variants,” says ŠKODA CEO Winfried Vahland. “This year's first newcomer is the third model generation of the ŠKODA Octavia. This relaunch of our bestselling model has been very well received both by the industry and the public,” says Vahland.

Because of the model change and the attendant ramp-up of production, ŠKODA expects deliveries to slow down during the first half of the year. In the second half, full volume availability should have a positive impact on sales. Against this background, ŠKODA sold 69,500 units to customers in January, or 7.8 per cent less year on year.

The model change and a partly difficult environment in Western Europe had ŠKODA sales declining to 26,500 (January 2012: 29,300). In Great Britain, ŠKODA continued to grow, selling more than 4,300, a year-on-year plus of 18.5 per cent (January 2012: 3,600). In Denmark, ŠKODA sales even rose by 37.4 per cent, from 600 to a current figure of almost 800; in Austria, sales advanced by 19.0 per cent to almost 2,400 (January 2012: 2,000). In Germany, ŠKODA’s second-largest market worldwide, the brand bucked a declining overall market to increase its share to almost 4.7 per cent as sales rose 0.2 per cent to over 8,900 (January 2012: 8,900).

In Eastern Europe, ŠKODA sold more than 6,200 (January 2012: 7,700). Sales of the ŠKODA Yeti increased, totalling 900 for an advance of 19.6 per cent (January 2012: 800). As the overall market in Russia declined, ŠKODA sold more than 4,600 cars in January 2013 (January 2012: 4,800).

In Central Europe, ŠKODA followed the market’s downward trend and sold 8,900 (January 2012: 10,200). In the Czech Republic, its home market, sales totalled almost 3,700 (January 2012: 4,100).

ŠKODA continued its progress in China’s dynamic market, selling 21,600 for a plus of 4.1 per cent compared to January 2012, which saw sales of almost 20,800.

In India ŠKODA sold 2,400 cars in January (January 2012: 3,000).

ŠKODA brand deliveries to customers in January 2013
(in units, rounded, by model; +/- in per cent year on year):
ŠKODA Octavia (30,000; -14.9%)
ŠKODA Fabia (15,800; -20.9%)
ŠKODA Superb (8,500; -10.4%)
ŠKODA Yeti (5,500; -11.7%)
ŠKODA Roomster (2,000; -24.1%)
ŠKODA Rapid (4,100; new model)
ŠKODA Citigo (sold in Europe only: 3,600; new model)

​The car maker wants to continue to lower the CO2 emissions of ŠKODA vehicles as well as organize its production and distribution processes in a more sustainable fashion. ‘GreenFuture’ strategy to bundle all sustainability measures.
New ŠKODA Octavia awarded five-star safety rating. Protection for adults and children in the car contributes to ŠKODA Octavia’s excellent overall result. 
Market launch of the ŠKODA Octavia Combi at the end of May 2013. ŠKODA will also be presenting the ŠKODA Octavia Combi 4×4 in Geneva. Motor show premiere of the new ŠKODA Octavia limousine.