The 2019 Skoda Scala goes on sale in April across Europe and in May in the UK.
Skoda has made more than 2.5 million Octavias since launching the third-gen in 2012.
The new trim level can be had with either a 1.5-liter petrol or a 2.0-liter diesel and in sedan or estate variants.
Skoda has added a new petrol engine option to its award winning Karoq and Kodiaq range in the UK.
The Octavia Dynamic+ Package adds a few visual updates and is available with most engine options.
Previewed in an official rendering, the Kodiaq Pickup Concept will be unveiled in June.
Irrespective of what the answer is, Skoda will. in all likelihood, launch a Scout version of the Scala.
Ukraine’s poor economic conditions has the automaker’s local factory operate at least than a tenth of its annual capacity.
A performance version of the Scala is still under discussion, and the success of other RS models works in its favor.
Skoda will build three electric vehicles based on VW’s MEB platform in the next four years.
Out of the 30 models, Skoda says more than 10 will be partially or fully electric.
Customers will be able to place orders for the Scala from May, with deliveries starting this summer.