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Skoda committed to India market, relooking at diesel for bigger vehicles

VW-owned brand to launch three cars in 2021

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Pavan Lall Mumbai
Skoda Auto India’s latest launch of the Rapid TSI (petrol), which is an automatic mid-size sedan with a petrol engine, reinforces the company's commitment towards growing its footprint in the country and is the extended part of the launch of three cars that were rolled out in May.

The Skoda Superb, Skoda Rapid, and Skoda Karoq were rolled out earlier as part of the company's Rs 8,000 crore investment in India which Zac Hollis, Skoda Auto’s director of sales and marketing, said remained unchanged despite the Covid pandemic.

The Czech-origin brand -- which is owned by the Volkswagen Group worldwide and runs

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First Published: Sep 21 2020 | 10:26 PM IST

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