Skoda’s sales revenue in the first quarter reached 5.049 billion euros, an increase of 4.1% compared to the same period last year. During this period, ŠKODA’s total production increased by 7.3 percent and approached 240 thousand. In the coming months, the demand for the brand is expected to increase further with the introduction of new models and the introduction of the electric SUV ENYAQ iV model, as well as the launch of the new generation FABIA. Looking at the markets, the brand, which has achieved a record first quarter with 111,600 units in Western Europe, achieved 4.6 percent growth here. However, according to the first month data, ŠKODA grew by 2.3 percent in Germany, the second largest market compared to last year, while Italian growth was 39.2 percent, France 44.3 percent, Spain 32.6 percent and Belgium 10.6 percent.
Is also on the rise in Turkey
Skoda’s growth in Turkey has also attracted attention globally. In the first four months, it sold 12 thousand 42 units in Turkey and continued its success by recording a growth of 195.9 percent in terms of units compared to last year.
Globally, the best-selling models in the first quarter were OCTAVIA with 63,600 units, KAROQ with 36,600 units, KAMIQ with 34,700 units, KODIAQ with 33,300 units, FABIA with 25,800 units, and SUPERB with 21,900 units. 500 units were sold from the electric SUV ENYAQ.