Skoda’s LPG car in India
The Czech car company Skoda is getting its car for India in LPG version and Greenline engines, capable of low emissions and upgraded fuel efficiency. Aura will be the first to get the LPG which will be factory finish with an optional petrol version. With no time bound venture, Skoda’s Fabia will also be covered under LPG version. In view of this, the unit at Aurangabad will be facelifted with necessary technology.
By this, Skoda will be bracketed with Maruti Suzuki(WagonR and 800), Hyundai (Santro and Accent), GM(Spark) and Tata’ Indica Xeta. Skoda is fully geared to meet the Bharat Stage IV norms, to be implemented from April1. Its Greenline engines are set to emit less carbon dioxide than ones in practice. Skoda believes that its footage is a timely one. The company is capable of fitting the greenline engines for all its models as the feedback in Europe is promising. Further, the dealership network will be increased from 65 to 75 across the country.