Those who currently order a Skoda Enyaq in Germany will apparently have to wait until 2024 for delivery. According to a media report, the German production quota for the electric model for 2023 is already "effectively sold out".
"Anyone who orders an e-car from Skoda today must expect a delivery date deep in 2024," Thomas Peckruhn, chairman of the Skoda dealer association and head of the Autohaus Liebe Group, therefore tells Automobilwoche. The German Skoda importer, based in Weiterstadt, does not confirm this, however, pointing out that "delivery commitments depend on the respective order quotas of the dealers". He adds that there is still the possibility of ordering e-models from dealers and receiving them in 2023.
However, according to the report, some dealers state that it is "more of a theoretical possibility" and that since order quotas are too tight given the demand, dealers have had to use their 2023 order quotas "for a long time now." As one dealer, who wishes to remain anonymous, states, the planned production and delivery date for vehicles from the 2023 quota is in the second half of 2024.