Yeti volume expected to rise to 150,000 units annually.
VIENNA – Skoda Auto says it will produce a second cross/utility vehicle alongside its compact Yeti. Chairman Winfried Vahland confirms plans for the larger model at the auto maker’s annual news conference at Skoda’s headquarters in Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic. “We see volumes of 150,000 to 200,000 (vehicles per year),” Vahland is quoted as saying. The new model will be an important building block for Skoda’s growth strategy, which calls for ...
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