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The electrified SUPERB iV and CITIGOe iV are here

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In Bratislava ŠKODA entered the age of eMobility by officially unveiling its iV sub-brand, which will be used to denote all of the marque’s future electrified models. The flagship SUPERB was showcased in both a revised and electrified version. The CITIGOe iV, the brand’s first mass-produced electric car, was also premièred. Take a closer look.

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