Skoda has announced that 2007 has been a successful year for the Czech automaker.
The firm commented that its Superb model has already sold the same amount over the past nine months as it did in the previous 12.
Similarly, the Fabia has enjoyed sustained success this calendar year, with 174,327 drivers picking up keys to the car.
In September, the company sold 56,384 units, contributing to the 462,429 it has sold throughout the world in 2007 and marking its second-most successful month since 1991.
Skoda added that it had done particularly well domestically.
"To date Skoda has sold a total of 102,796 vehicles in central Europe which include the sales in Skoda’s home market of the Czech Republic," the company commented.
Meanwhile, the firm has announced that it will be manufacturing a new Superb model for release in 2008.
The car will be publicly unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March.