VIENNA – Skoda Auto a.s. is facing lower demand then expected for its newest and largest model, the Skoda Superb. Production of the Superb was reduced from 150 to 100 units per day in September and the Kvansiny plant, where it’s built, was closed the week of Oct. 7. Skoda says it’s satisfied with Superb’s sales in some East European countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland, but it faces lack of demand for the premium car in Western Europe. Skoda’s Chairman Vratislav ...

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