ŠKODA WEEKLY 16/2020
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OF THE WEEK
We will be donating 100
OCTAVIAs to social and
medical aid agencies in the
Czech Republic. Our Technical
Development department has
also been producing 3Dprinted parts for certified FFP3
respirators, and numerous
departments have been
visors. Furthermore, ŠKODA
Logistics is supporting the
Prusa Research in distributing
3D-printed protective visors to
doctors and hospitals. ŠKODA
trainees and employees are
supporting a charity by sewing
textile face masks. These
projects are possible thanks to
support from the social partner
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FULL SPEED AHEAD
The factory supported Swedish
ŠKODA privateer Oliver Solberg
(pictured with his father Petter),
his navigator Aaron Johnston
from Ireland and Jan Kopecký
(CZE), WRC2 Champion 2018,
are using the time at home to
stay in top form. Aside from his
gym time, Oliver Solberg also
keeps racing opponents from all
over the world - thanks to the
possibility of virtual simracing.
During the forced off-season,
he has organized the online
and rewarded 10 random
participants with a hat and
an autographed card.
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‘AGROMOBIL’ FROM 1962
The compact Type 998 presented in 1962 was an agile and compact
special vehicle for use in agriculture and forestry and the army. Although
it performed well in off-road tests, the platform truck with folding
windscreen known as the ‘Agromobil’ never went into series
production. However, the 3.50 long vehicle with room for up to 10
passengers did make it onto the cinema screen. Today, one of the 13
produced Type 998 is a part of the ŠKODA Museum’s collection.
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ŠKODA Storyboard recalls the lesser known models from our 125
years long history. Read more about the Agromobil here.
FAVORITE COLORS OFSCALAANDKAMIQ
With the SCALA and the KAMIQ city SUV, we upgraded and expanded its range of compact models considerably
in 2019. Both have quickly attracted a large following – and their different target groups naturally have different
preferences when it comes to colour. The sporty metallic Race Blue is a favourite among SCALA customers. The
KAMIQ is following the trend of the European market, where grey vehicles have taken the lead for the first time
ever, with the quartz-grey metallic paint finish chosen most frequently.
An interview with CarolaMariaKertzscher, coordinator of colours
and materials at ŠKODA Design, can be found at ŠKODAStoryboard.
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