According to the company statement, new customer touchpoints and inception of new age tech in showrooms helped sales.
Skoda Auto India recorded sales of 4604 vehicles in May 2022 compared to the 716 cars sold in May 2021. However, the numbers are significant lesser than its April 2022 sales number of 5,152 units. The made-for-India MQB-A0-IN platform products, Slavia and the Kushaq, continue to be the star performers.
According to the company statement, new customer touchpoints and inception of new age tech in showrooms helped sales. Zac Hollis, Brand Director, Skoda Auto India, said, “Our innovative efforts to ensure our customers are not put through long waiting periods and take delivery of cars faster than wait times prevailing in the industry has been a key factor in our consistency.”
Skoda Auto India has standardised interactive and immersive features for customers in its showrooms in a bid to enhance sales.
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