Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Investing in the Environment: ŠKODA Builds New Emissions Centre

Opening in July 2016. ŠKODA extends Engine Centre opened in 2014. Aim: consistently reduce consumption and emissions of new ŠKODA models. 31 ŠKODA models already less than 100g CO2/km, 103 models less than 120g. ŠKODA AUTO is building a new Emissions Centre in Mladá Boleslav. In partnership with the Volkswagen Group, SKODA will be investing more than €11 million into expanding the Engine Centre. Expected to open in July 2016.  The new Emissions Centre will play a key role in reducing the emissions of new ŠKODA models in years to come.

Stephen Orton –Sales Manager at Derek Slack Motors commented, “Environmental protection are key elements in ŠKODA’s strategy. For example the new ŠKODA Superb’s  new engine is much lighter, and with optimised aerodynamics, the new model now uses up to 30% less fuel and emits 30% less CO2 than its predecessor.”

No comments:

Post a Comment