Visitors to the 125 years of ŠKODA exhibition are welcomed by the study "Between a Sketch and a Car", exhibited in pairs with the iconic POPULAR MONTE CARLO model from 1937.
The exhibition gives an insight into the backdrop of the development and preparation of products in the tool shop, presents electrified models of the ancient past, present and near future, and attracts countless other interesting information, visual solutions, and three-dimensional exhibits.
The exhibition also includes the SLAVIA bicycle and the KLEMENT single-track concept with electric drive, a tribute to the brand's cycling roots.
The pioneering days of Laurin & Klement, founded in 1895, are also reminiscent of the very modern two-cylinder motorcycle L&K CC (1904).
The exhibition will be open to the public until January 10, 2021.
The ŠKODA Museum in Mladá Boleslav is open every day from 9:00 to 17:00. It enjoys a long-term growing interest of visitors.
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