The Skoda 1201 was a model of car produced by Czech automaker Skoda, at its plant in Mladá Boleslav between 1955 and 1961.
The model appeared as the successor of Skoda 1200, from whom he inherited his pontoon body format. Saloon and estate versions were produced, as well as a model van.
The vehicle was driven by a 4-cylinder OHV engine and 1,221cc. Water cooled, producing an output of 33hp at 4,200 rpm. He had manual transmission, four-speed, rear-wheel drive and a top speed of 90km/h.
Its production ceased in 1961 after producing 70,000 units, was replaced by the Skoda 1202.