Skoda Auto India will also start operations in some new markets with this service-first concept of compact workshops, which will cater to existing and potential customers in new and emerging markets.
With this the automaker, which also sells models like Octavia and Rapid, would have more than 170 customer touchpoints, including sales and after-sales facilities, in the country
Skoda Auto India, which hit its peak volume of 34,265 units in 2012, is targeting to sell at least 60,000 units next year as it brings new products.
It took about two years for Skoda to launch the new Octavia here after the premium sedan debuted global market back in 2019.
Octavia is the first passenger vehicle launched this year by the Czech auto-maker which an eyeing a turnaround in the Indian car market.