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The all-electric SUV is Skoda's first production model to be based on Volkswagen Group's modular electric car platform.

02 Sep 2020 | International News : Czech Republic


Skoda has revealed the new Enyaq, an all-electric SUV and Skoda's first production model to be based on Volkswagen Group's modular electric car platform.

Three battery sizes and five power outputs ranging from 146bhp to 302bhp are being offered for the Skoda Enyaq.

Large wheels ranging from 18-inches to 21-inches are offered, accentuating the car's rugged SUV character
The entry-level Skoda Enyaq 50 iV is fitted with a 146bhp rear-mounted motor and is rear-wheel drive only, with a maximum torque output of 220Nm. Its lithium-ion battery has a gross capacity of 55kWh (52 kW net) and it has a range of up to 340km based on the World harmonised Light-duty vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) test cycle.

The 177bhp Enyaq 60 iV meanwhile is equipped with a 62kWh battery (58 kWh net), and can cover up to 390km; its maximum torque is 310Nm.

The Enyaq 80 iV has an output of 201bhp, torque of up to 310Nm, and a 510km range based on the the WLTP cycle from a 62kWh battery, making it the option for those looking for maximum range. An Enyaq 80x iV is also offered, with an additional motor driving the front axle for a total of 261bhp and 425Nm of torque. This variant uses the largest battery on offer, with 82kWh of capacity (77kWh net).

A range-topping Skoda Enyq RS iV is also offered with 302bhp and 460Nm of torque. This model will accelerate from a standing start to 100km/h in just 6.2 seconds, and will achieve a top speed of 180km/h.

The Enyaq 80 iV comes with a 62kWh battery, delivering the best possible range across all variants at 510km
At the front of the Skoda Enyaq, an optional lluminated Crystal Face and full LED Matrix head lights flank a large Skoda grille. The rear of the Skoda Enyaq sports full LED taillights with dynamic indicators and also have an animated Coming/Leaving Home function. Large wheels ranging from 18-inches to 21-inches accentuate the car's rugged SUV character.

Different 'Design Selections' are offered with the Skoda Enyaq, allowing customers to customise their interior for a different feel and appearance.

The entry-level Enyaq 50 iV starts with the puristic 'Studio' design. The 'Loft' option meanwhile, which comes as standard for the Enyaq 60 iV upwards, is based on modern, homely apartments for young families and delivers a sporty two-tone design dashboard.

13-inch free-standing touchscreen houses Skoda's latest generation of the Modular Infotainment Matrix and the Laura digital voice assistant
Other Design Selections are available on request, with 'Lodge' representing sustainability and innovation, whilst 'Lounge' embodies quality and exclusivity, and the 'Suite' and 'ecoSuite' selections providing classic luxury details.

In the Enyaq RS iV, 'RS Lounge' emphasises the car's sporty character, while the optional 'RS Suite' design radiates dynamic elegance. In total, there are 10 different themed packages available, with the majority coming in a basic and a more comprehensive Plus version.

A 13-inch free-standing touchscreen also houses Skoda's latest generation of the Modular Infotainment Matrix. The system offers customisable layouts and can be controlled by touch, via a touch slider, by multi‑touch gestures and with hand movements. It also comes with Skoda's Laura digital voice assistant.

Using wireless SmartLink technology, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay or MirrorLink, smartphones can be wirelessly integrated into the system, and they can be inductively charged when placed in the Phone Box. An amplifier with four 20-watt channels provides the perfect sound. In the Enyaq 50 iV, which has a 10-inch display with touch keys, this powers four speakers as standard, and eight from the Enyaq 60 iV upwards. The Canton Sound System with a total of twelve speakers is available as an option.

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