The Czech automaker also will introduce a new Superb large-segment car and could launch a rival to Renault's Logan low cost family car.
Skoda also will expand its model range by introducing a minivan similar to the Roomster concept shown at the IAA in Frankfurt, confirmed Wittig.
Wittig said Skoda will build a successor to the Superb, its top model.
"The Superb was and is important for Skoda," said Wittig. "There will definitely be a successor."
Wittig declined to rule out Skoda building a competitor to the Renault Logan low cost family-sized car mainly aimed at developing markets.
Renault will launch the Logan in western Europe next June priced at 7,500 euros.
Wittig said: "We will observe (Logan's launch) very closely and will respond to it."
Wittig said Skoda already has a Logan competitor with its Fabia small-segment model, which, he said, "is a spacious family car for less than 10,000 euros."
Wittig believes the Chinese market has a lot of growth potential.
"The increasing demand for Skodas means that there is a chance that we will build cars in China," Wittig says. "We are making preparations for this and negotiations are under way."