Czech automobile manufacturer Skoda is gearing up to launch three new cars in the Indian market on a new low-cost platform engineered on the current MQB platform. The MQB platform is one that saves on various fronts, from engineering costs to weight of the cars and the complexity when porting the car to other models.
The company also gets the flexibility to build cars of various brands in one manufacturing plant and this creates a standardized, interchangeable set of parts which help build a variety of cars and this also helps in cutting time to build a car.
The low-cost platform from Skoda will be used to build cars for multiple emerging markets. Initially, three cars with the Skoda badge will use the new platform.
These upcoming cars in India include will give a tough competition to Hyundai compact SUV and a C-Segment sedan that will replace the Rapid and the all-new Skoda Fabia is ready for the Indian market. All three cars will be produced at the Chakan factory, which Skoda is expected to take over from Volkswagen very soon.
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