Skoda Australia has confirmed mid-life updated versions of the Scala, Octavia and Kamiq are coming Down Under in 2024, along with the electric Enyaq.
The facelifted Scala and Kamiq are set for a European launch this year, with Skoda previously confirming the Octavia update would follow in 2024.
The company has also confirmed 2024 will see “the commencement of production for this market” of the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupe.
CarExpert understands the electric SUVs will start arriving locally in mid-2024.
Skoda had previously said it would start accepting orders for the Enyaq in Australia in the third quarter of 2023, and begin customer handovers around February 2024.
The Enyaq entered production in 2020, much like the related Volkswagen ID.4 and ID.5 which also won’t arrive until 2024. Its corporate cousins have also experienced delays, having previously been confirmed for a 2023 launch.
The Cupra Born has beat them to market as the Volkswagen Group’s first MEB-based model.
In addition to the three facelifted models, Skoda also has new generations of the Kodiaq and Superb coming.
Australian timing has yet to be confirmed for these models, but Skoda will launch them in Europe this year.
Of the facelifted trio, the Scala debuted in late 2018, with the Kamiq and Octavia being revealed in 2019.
The brand’s entry-level SUV, the Kamiq was Skoda’s best-selling model in 2022 with 1633 examples finding Australian homes.
The Kodiaq sat in second with 1555 sales, followed by the Karoq (979), Octavia (963), Superb (655), Scala (441) and Fabia (276).
The company has announced it has secured more supply of the Kamiq, Karoq and Octavia for 2023.
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