2025 Skoda Epiq is rugged urban EV for sub-£25,000

The battery will support bi-directional charging, which means it can power external devices or bolster home electricity networks.

The Epiq embodies Skoda’s new Modern Solid design language, as showcased in 2022 with the much larger Vision 7S concept, which majored on “robustness, functionality and authenticity”.

It will be the first Skoda, though, to carry that theme overtly over to the cabin, which is minimalist and utilitarian in its layout but hosts the latest infotainment software and in-car tech – while retaining physical buttons for key functions, including on the steering wheel.

Like the ID 2, the Epiq has an interior finished in “durable, practical and sustainable” materials and featuring lots of storage.

Skoda’s sales figures for 2023 have been confirmed at 866,800, a rise of 18.5% on the previous year. The Czech firm increased profits to €1.8 billion from revenues of €26.5bn, giving it an operating margin of 6.7%. 

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