Skoda has redesigned its pavilion at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. In addition to new exhibits, the exhibition area now also has a new look. Visitors can learn about the heritage of the traditional car manufacturer using various interactive elements. At the same time, they receive information about the transformation, electromobility and future plans of the Czech VW subsidiary.
The focus is on the design sculpture of a future large electric SUV model based on the Vision 7S study. The Fabia and Scala models as well as the Kamiq city SUV from the current range will also be on display. The core concept of the exhibition is still geared towards the needs of families, says Andrea Frydlová, Head of the Skoda Museum. "That's why we have integrated interactive exhibits as well as competitions and puzzles aimed specifically at our youngest visitors." In a sports area, visitors can compete on an exercise bike against a computer or against each other and virtually recharge the battery of a fully electric Škoda Enyaq using muscle power. Children have their own area with a climbing wall, coloring corner and crossword puzzle competition.
The main exhibition is complemented by temporary special exhibitions and events. For example, new Skoda models are presented at the time of their market launch. And at certain times, Skoda-sponsored sporting events such as the Ice Hockey World Championship and the Tour de France take center stage. (aum)
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