Skoda is yet to release its very first electric versions of a city car. There’s no specific date of release but the company says that it will be somewhere before the end of 2019. The automakers have confirmed that the compact Citigo will be able to cover 300km (186 miles).
The company has confirmed that indeed the electric Citigo will be based on Volkswagen group E-UP but with a significantly higher range. As part of the parent VW group, Skoda plans to launch 5 full electric cars by 2025. After the Citigo EV, future Skoda battery-powered cars will use VW Group's MEB platform that will also underpin VW brand's I.D. electric-car family. The company is yet to release more information soon.