Skoda, the Czech automaker owned by Volkswagen will produce the Mission L sedan in China according to the Beijing News newspaper.
The news was confirmed by an official statement from Skoda China, Gasgoo reports.
However, The Czech carmaker is believed to have manufactured all aspects of the new car keeping in mind the Indian conditions. In line with the brand’s internationalization principles, this compact ‘liftback’ will feature specific modifications in each of these regions.
The Skoda Mission L Concept is a large model measuring 4.5 meters long, and much of that space is dedicated to the interior in a roomy environment for passengers.
It is of course inspired by the Vision D concept, but to an uninterested eye, this car is the rest of Skoda range!
The Skoda partner plant Shanghai Volkswagen has cracked the production threshold of 500,000 manufactured Skoda vehicles back in May. With more than 180,000 sold vehicles last year, China also became the largest sales market of the Czech company for the first time.
The country also plays a central role for the future growth plans of the manufacturer as reported here.
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