Czech manufacturers Skoda started life as push bike makers. Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement designed and made bicycles to much demand in 1895. The duo moved to motorcycles at the turn of the century, with racing success and then made the logical step up to car from 1905 onwards. The Voiturette A quickly became a classic in Czech motoring history and from there Skoda established a firm position in the international automotive market. After the war, Skoda’s success continued with Skoda 440 and the first Octavia. A rocky patch in the 1960s due to the company not having access to the technologies of the western world was overcome with the arrival of the Favorit model in 1987. A partnership with Volkswagen in 1990 further helped the company’s cause and Skoda is once again asserting itself on the international market.
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