Pre-orders in Norway require a refundable deposit of 5,000 NOK (€520).
Škoda, as with many other manufacturers, is starting electrification in Europe’s biggest EV market – Norway, where it opened pre-orders for the upcoming Škoda CITIGOe iV (derivative of Volkswagen e-up!) and MEB-based family model Škoda Vision iV.
Securing the place in line in both cases requires a refundable deposit of 5,000 NOK (€520).
The CITIGOe iV will enter series-production in the fourth quarter of this year as the first all-electric Skoda ever and will offer up to 265 km (165 miles) of WLTP range:
Škoda CITIGOe iV specs:
Source: Skoda Norway, evspecifications.com
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