Coordinates: 19°52′23″N 75°29′18″E / 19.87306°N 75.48833°E / 19.87306; 75.48833 (ŠkodaAuto Aurangabad / Audi Aurangabad)

Škoda Auto India Private Limited
Type Subsidiary
Founded November 2001[1]
Headquarters Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India[2]
Number of locations 2 (Aurangabad, Chakan)
Area served India
Industry Automotive industry
Products Automobiles
Production output 20,019 units (2010)
Revenue (turnover) increaseKč12.5 billion (2010)
(Indian Rupee ₹29.9 billion INR)
($767.21 million USD)
Parent Škoda Auto
Website Š
Audi aurangabad

Audi productions at Škoda Auto Aurangabad


Škoda Octavia


Škoda Superb

2007-2008 Škoda Octavia (1Z) Elegance sedan 01

Škoda Laura

Skoda Fabia II front 20091209

Škoda Fabia

Škoda Auto India Private Limited, more commonly referred to as Škoda Auto India, established November 2001,[1] is a fully owned subsidiary of the Czech automotive manufacturer Škoda Auto and a division of Volkswagen Group Sales India.[2]

According to an official release, Škoda Auto India sold more than 16,000 units in 2008,[2] a 28.5% increase from 2007 sales totals.[2] Furthermore, SAIPL is aiming to become the strategic hub in South and Eastern Asian markets for the Škoda Auto marque, by exporting its locally produced products to Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand.[3] As of April 2009, it has sold over 61,000 units since operations began in November 2001.[1]


The Octavia was the first car to be launched in India.[3] Targeted at the Indian premium segment,[3] its handling, fuel efficiency, and low initial price (compared to other products then available in the Indian market)[3] made the Octavia an instant hit with the Indian car user.[4] Its Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) diesel engined version, in particular, delivered a high level of fuel efficiency and (for the Indian market) power and torque, resulting in higher level of driveability when compared to existing products available in the Indian market.

Manufacturing facilitiesEdit

Škoda Auto India Private Limited has its manufacturing plant located at Shendra on the outskirts of Aurangabad which has a annual capacity of 40,000 vehicles.[5] This Aurangabad plant is also shared by Audi India to manufacture the Audi A4 and Audi A6 models. It also uses the Volkswagen India Private Limited plant at Chakan, Maharashtra to manufacture the Škoda Fabia.


Škoda Auto India currently sells the following four fundamental models, in a total of nineteen variants:[6]

Manufactured Locally Edit

  1. Škoda Laura (Launched 2005)[7]
  2. Škoda Fabia (Launched 2008)[2][7]

Imported Edit

  1. Škoda Superb (Launched 2004)[1][7]
  2. Škoda Yeti (Launched 2010)


  1. Škoda Octavia (2001–2010)

Sales and Service NetworkEdit

Škoda Auto India Private Limited currently has more than 70 dealerships across 53 cities in 18 states and 2 Union Territories of India.[8]

Sales PerformanceEdit

In the year 2010-11, Škoda Auto India Private Limited recorded sales of 20,019 units.

See alsoEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Škoda Auto India (8 April 2009). "Škoda introduces the all New Superb in Diesel & V6 4x4 Petrol versions ~ Inaugurates its 61st facility in India; the largest Concept showroom, Tafe Access in Bangalore" (PDF), Retrieved on <time class="dtstart" datetime="2 November 2009">2 November 2009</time>. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 ŠkodaAuto India (1 January 2009). "ŠkodaAuto India achieves record sales growth of 28.5% in 2008" (PDF), Retrieved on <time class="dtstart" datetime="2 November 2009">2 November 2009</time>. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Škoda Octavia", (7 February 2002). Retrieved on 2 November 2009. 
  4. "Tale of the Indian Volkswagen - Auto - The Economic Times", Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd., (10 April 2008). Retrieved on 2 November 2009. 
  6. "Škoda Auto (India) - FAQ's - What are the models offered by ŠkodaAuto India?". ŠkodaAuto India. (2008). Retrieved on 2 November 2009.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 "Škoda Auto (India) - FAQ's". ŠkodaAuto India. (2008). Retrieved on 2 November 2009.

External linksEdit

  • Š Škoda Auto India official website
  • [1] Skoda Reviews on Skoda India's Facebook Page
  • [2] Team-BHP's Skoda Resources

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