The release of the Skoda Karoq has become the equivalent of the Czech brand striking oil, which has never been more evident than now as the brand has to move production of the Karoq yet again, this time to Germany where it will be built beside the Volkswagen Tiguan, the Porsche Cayman, and the upcoming Volkswagen T-Roc Convertible. This is the second move for Karoq as production originally started at the company’s Kvasiny plant, but it couldn’t keep up with demand, so Skoda moved production to its main plant in Mlada Boleslav. Even that plant couldn’t keep up, so it’s time for the Volkswagen Group to pick up the slack over in Germany. That’s right; the Karoq will soon fly a made-in-German flag. Any bets that Skoda didn’t think the Karoq would be that big of a hit?