Already this weekend you will see the Volkswagen ID.7 live, a sharp concept and a peppery Cupra Tavascan. In addition, you can buy selected models at attractive prices.
Prague’s Letňany is lively at the moment. Until November 12, you will be able to taste the magic of the key models of most car manufacturers operating on our market. Some of them will even celebrate their Czech premiere here. For example, Porsche Czech Republic will bring several such cars.
Cupra beckons to the sporty Tavascan SUV in coupe style, bringing an extraordinary visual experience. The production version, heavily influenced by the concept study, impresses with a dynamic appearance with illuminated logos and an interior combining modern technology with sustainable materials. The Tavascan will be available in three trims with outputs from 140 to 250 kW. The sporty concept of the car is underlined by the adaptive chassis, progressive steering and fast charging with a power of 175 kW.
Right next to it in hall 4 is the Volkswagen stand, which will also be busy. The automaker has embarked on electromobility in a big way and offers one of the most varied portfolios. This year was also full of news.
The modernized ID.3 hatchback has been on sale since June. It offers better materials in the interior, more sophisticated air conditioning, charging power of 170 kW for the Pro S version, branded audio and a head-up display. Despite the qualitative improvement, its price dropped to 999,900 CZK.
Siblings ID.4 and ID5. this year they got a significant boost in performance thanks to new electric motors and more sophisticated infotainment with an illuminated climate control bar modeled after the ID.7 flagship limousine. She is being shown to the public for the first time in Letňany.
Pre-sale of the ID.7 model has already started with a price starting at CZK 1,569,900. The basic Pro version is tuned to 210 kW. The more powerful Pro S impresses with its 86kWh battery for a range of up to 700 km. In the premium sedan, you will also find a 15-inch multimedia device, a head-up display, comfortable seats, a Harmann Kardon audio system and much more. Next year, they will expand the range of practical Tourer designs.
You won’t miss the trio of ID.Buzz vans, one of which has a built-in refrigerator. The numerous representation of the car is not accidental. The Czech importer managed to negotiate a limited edition 260 especially for our market. The name is derived from a saving of CZK 260,000, so you can buy a new ID.Buzz from CZK 1,541,000 including a 5-year/200,000 km warranty.
You will also be one of the first to see the Volkswagen ID sports study. GTI Concept, which also heralds the arrival of the more affordable ID.2 electric car. It is planned for 2025 with a price below CZK 600,000.
Although the Czech Republic is third from the bottom in Europe with electromobility, the number of registrations of ecological cars is growing. By October of this year, 5,363 new electric passenger cars and 290 electric light commercial vans had been registered.