The Czech based automaker Skoda will present a production intent MissionL for China and the compact Yeti SUV at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show on the 23rd of April.
After being officially presented to the public at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show as a concept car and then going into production as the Skoda Rapid, the Skoda MissionL is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the company announcing a production intent version for the Chinese auto market which will be officially presented to the public on the 23rd of April, at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show, along with the Yeti compact SUV.
“Skoda is successfully implementing its international growth strategy and is on course to selling 1.5 million cars per year worldwide by 2018. China has a large part in the brand’s sales success today, and its importance will grow further in the years ahead. Entering Chinese market five years ago was a good decision for our brand. Our number four and five model lines in China will strengthen our offensive from 2013 and help us expand our favorable position in the country even further”, said the Skoda CEO, Winfried Vahland.
Even if the Skoda MissionL will debut on the Asian continent in a production form aimed towards the Chinese auto market, the company is currently keeping the model into the shadows, but as a small reminder, the vehicle is expected to come as a low cost sedan and it’s expected to share a lot of things with the Rapid.