News & Press Releases

The Škoda Roomster reached top ranks in the sales of small MPV in seven European countries - the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Serbia, Norway and Lithuania.
Škoda Auto is going to present the successor to its flagship model at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show – the new Škoda Superb.
Jozef Kaban become the successor to Jens Manske, Head of the Škoda Auto Design Department, who is about to end his successful mission and join the VW Group Design Department on 1 February, 2008.
Škoda Auto significantly reinforces its presence in eastern markets. On Wednesday, 28 November, the company started assembling vehicles in Kaluga, Russia. 
The new Škoda Fabia, the "largest" of all small cars, won the Golden Steering Wheel 2007 award from the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, as the best car in its class.
In accordance with the competition results in Auto-moto category, Škoda Auto keeps the best corporate internet presentation.
Škoda Auto has extended its partnership with the legendary cycling race Tour de France by a further four years (2008-2011) and will therefore continue its involvement in top-class cycling that started in 2004.
Škoda Auto celebrates a hundred years since transforming its business to a joint stock company. The value of ordinary stock is CZK 2,500,000. Shares are not publically tradeable.
The automaker’s boss, Detlef Wittig, said goodbye to Škoda on 27 September at a friendly meeting with co-workers and invited guests at the new Na Karmeli Škoda Auto Education Centre.
The Fabia Scout is going to be exhibited at the great design show Designblok ´07 in Prague.