Wednesday, September 14, 2011
By Pranjal Gera
Skoda Mission L to launch in India by 2011 end
Skoda Auto, a subsidiary of the largest European car maker Volkswagen, is all set to launch is much hyped sedan model – Mission L – in the Indian market by the end of this calendar year. The popular model was displayed at the ongoing Auto Show in Frankfurt where it has been receiving a great response from the car enthusiasts and visitors.
Unlike most of the other global cars of the world, the Skoda Mission L will first hit the Indian roads and then will move towards the popular markets like Europe, China and Russia, where it will be launched in year 2012. According to the company, the Mission L model will soon hit the Indian roads, as it is in its final stage of development.
It is to be mentioned here that Skoda plans to enhance its global production to 1.5 units per annum by year 2018. The firm has planned-up to roll-out a new car model in the market in almost every half year. The Cars like Skoda Mission L are expected to not only strengthen the position of the brand in the one of world’s fastest growing markets like India, but will also enable it to reach to more and more buyers.
So far, Skoda had only premium segment vehicles in its India portfolio including premium sedans like Skoda Superb, and Laura, premium Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) Skoda Yeti and premium hatchback Skoda Fabia. The company is also planning to launch a mid-size sedan in the Indian market very soon.
However, the company is yet to make an official announcement regarding the exact timeline of launch, pricing and specifications details of the car. We will update you as soon as we encounter any updates related to the launch of Skoda Mission L in India.