Black exterior and interior accessories give the car a dynamic look.
1959 - Kvasiny launches the production of the convertible ŠKODA FELICIA.
1970 - Production launch of the sporty coupé ŠKODA 110 R.
1981 - Production launch of the ŠKODA GARDE / RAPID.
1991 - ŠKODA joins the Volkswagen Group.
2001 - ŠKODA’s new flagship, the SUPERB rolls off the production lines at Kvasiny.
2006 - Launch of the ŠKODA ROOMSTER model produced at Kvasiny.2009 - The new ŠKODA YETI compact SUV is produced at Kvasiny.
January: The assembly of the ŠKODA ROOMSTER returns to Kvasiny.
July: The new combined heat and power plant (CHP) becomes operational.
Around 3 million euros go into creating an environmental project, later awarded ‘eco-project of the year’ in the Czech Republic.
November: 1.5 million vehicles have been produced at Kvasiny.
December: 500,000 second-generation ŠKODA SUPERBs have been produced
September: The Kvasiny plant celebrates 80 years of operation.
March: The third generation ŠKODA SUPERB rolls off the line. ŠKODA invests heavily in new production technologies, assembly and logistics areas for the start of production of the brand’s flagship made in Kvasiny. Around 62.3 million euros were invested in the new body construction alone.
October: The 500,000th ŠKODA YETI is manufactured at Kvasiny.
October: The brand’s first large SUV – the ŠKODA KODIAQ – is manufactured