ŠKODA at Frankfurt

ŠKODA at Frankfurt

ŠKODA is showing off its brand new Rapid Spaceback and facelifted Yeti models at the Frankfurt motor show (hall 3).

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The world premiere of the Rapid Spaceback and facelifted Yeti represents another milestone in ŠKODA's ambitious product plan – a strategy that will see eight new or facelifted models arrive before the end of 2013.

With the arrival of these important models, ŠKODA remains on target to achieve its sales target of at least 1.5m cars by 2018.

"At Frankfurt, we are going to demonstrate the power of our brand – both with brand new Rapid Spaceback and Yeti – and with our refreshed and expanded model line as a whole," said ŠKODA Chairman of the Board, Prof Dr hc Winfried Vahland.

"We are carrying on with our growth strategy even when the market is going through rough times. In following years, we are going to further strengthen the position of the ŠKODA brand as an important global player in automotive markets."


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