2023 will be a big year for Skoda, with the company confirming it will launch facelifted versions of its Kamiq and Scala.

The brand has also reiterated it plans to launch new generations of the Kodiaq and Superb this year.

It’s likely the new-generation Kodiaq and Superb will be based on a newer version of the MQB platform – potentially MQB Evo.

All four new vehicles will also likely have exterior and interior design cues taken from the recently-revealed Vision 7S concept, along with the new typographic logo.

The current-generation Skoda Superb was first revealed at the 2015 Geneva motor show and went on sale locally in early 2016, while the Kodiaq followed in 2017. The latter recently received a mid-life facelift.

The Skoda Scala debuted in late 2018, with the Kamiq being revealed at the 2019 Geneva motor show.

Beyond this year, Skoda has previously said it will reveal a “modernised” Octavia in 2024, as well as three new electric vehicles (EVs) due by 2026.

One of these EVs includes a seven-seat “family car” based on the Vision 7S concept, with the other two being a compact SUV, which could reportedly be called the Elroq, and a small car.

The latter of these EVs was recently teased and is expected to be built on the MEB Small platform that will be shared with the Cupra UrbanRebel and an entry-level Volkswagen model.

While Skoda will soon expand its range of EVs, we’re still waiting for it to launch an EV Down Under.

The Czech carmaker recently confirmed it plans to bring the Enyaq iV to Australia, but production shortages mean it won’t be ready to start taking orders until the second half of 2023.

Based on the current timeline, local deliveries probably won’t start until 2024.

Both the conventional SUV and ‘coupe SUV’ body style of the Enyaq iV are set to come Down Under. It’s unclear if the high-performance RS model will though.

The Skoda Enyaq iV will follow the Volkswagen ID.3-based Cupra Born electric hatchback into the Australian market, which is due to touch down in March this year.

Volkswagen also plans to launch the ID.4 and ID.5 electric crossovers before the end of 2023 if the company’s local division gets its way.

All of these vehicles are based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular architecture, which also underpins the Audi Q4 e-tron and Volkswagen ID. Buzz, among others.

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Jack Quick

Jack Quick is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne. Jack studied journalism and photography at Deakin University in Burwood, and previously represented the university in dance nationally. In his spare time, he loves to pump Charli XCX and play a bit of Grand Theft Auto. He’s also the proud owner of a blue, manual 2020 Suzuki Jimny.

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