Vaclav Klement is one of the founding fathers of Skoda. With the mobility concept Klement the VW subsidiary connects the beginnings with the future.

The two-wheeler presented at the Geneva Motor Show commemorates the beginning of the company as well as Skoda's vision of future micro-mobility in major cities. 124 years ago, Vaclav Klement and Vaclav Laurin founded the two-wheeled company, which is undergoing a modern continuation in the Klement two-wheeler. For example, speeds of up to 45 km / h (28 mph) are achieved with the integrated 4 kW  rear hub motor.

“Micromobility is becoming increasingly important in cities. By presenting the KLEMENT at the Geneva Motor Show, we are showcasing our vision for the future of micromobility: sustainable, innovative, electric and with a pure, modern design. The KLEMENT is a state-of-the-art, dynamic and easy-to-use vehicle, and allows the ŠKODA brand to further appeal to a younger target group with a heightened sense of environmental awareness. The concept is perfectly aligned with our customers and our eMobility Strategy. We are therefore assessing whether, and how, this exciting, new mobility concept can be added to our portfolio in the future.” - Guido Haak, Head of Product Management at ŠKODA AUTO

As an alternative to the car, the two lithium-ion batteries provide a capacity of 1250 Wh. This equates to a range of approximately 65 kilometers (38.5 miles). The batteries can be easily removed and charged at a power outlet.

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