Skoda will launch six new pure electric models across its entire range by 2026.
The VW Group member also plans to continue with petrol and PHEV models over the introduction period.
Pembroke Dock (66.2%) and Aberystwyth (65.0%) have two of the highest pass rates for learners in Britain, says Aviva insurance.
Latest figures from the DVSA show a national pass rate of 48.4% with a quarter of drivers blaming failure on nerves.
The increasing cost of motoring is causing changes to driving habits, with almost a third (30%) now being more careful with how often they drive, as revealed in a Opinium survey of 2,000 UK drivers, commissioned by InsuretheGap.com, a leading provider of Guaranteed Asset Protection insurance.
Two fifths of drivers (42%) are also driving less than five years ago and one in five (17%) are cycling and walking for short journeys instead of using the car, one in five (18%) say they are driving slower to save on fuel and almost a fifth (18%) of drivers say they are being priced out of driving, although only 7% are actually thinking of getting rid of their car.
More electrically powered cars will be sold in Britain than conventional models by 2026, according to sales analysis by Hippo Leasing.
Germany will be the first country in the world where EVs overtake petrol and diesel and that is likely to happen in 2025, with France and China following us in 2027.