A vintage cycling fan from Prague, Vladimír Vidim, has faithfully recreated the 120-year-old Slavia bicycle. The original bicycle was made in 1896 by a Laurin & Klement, the predecessor of automaker Skoda Auto.
You know electric vehicle has gone mainstream when 1) the design becomes “regular looking” and 2) the power output becomes less monstrous. The Skoda CITIGOe iV Electric Vehicle fits the aforementioned ‘criteria’ perfectly and it is one of latest EV to join the growing list of “regular looking” electric drive vehicle.
According to PetaPixel, a Hungarian photographer Benedek Lampert was approached by Czech Republic automaker, Volkswagen Group-owned Škoda to do some car photoshoot with an unusual request to use 1:43 scale model cars for the shoot in place of real cars. Well, that’s kind of odd for a car maker to make such a request, isn’t […]
chopped top treatment on regular, full-size car will look kind of luxurious and elegant (mostly), but on a tiny kei-size ride? well, that’s a thin line between awful and awesome. the Skoda CitiJet Concept proves that Skoda, or rather its 16 Skoda Vocational School apprentices, might have gotten the formula spot on and made an […]
there’s nothing sissy about pushing your little one around in a baby stroller, unless the pram in question happens to be of Barbie’s design (there’s no way we are going to look like Ken. no freaking way). however, in any case if you feel that you belongs to the 33 percent British dads who felt embarrassed pushing a conventional prams