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The Skoda Enyaq iv Coupe gets a sloping roof and increased aerodynamic efficiency with a minimal sacrifice of total bootspace.

19 Sep 2021 | International News : Czech Republic

Skoda has revealed the first details of the Skoda Enyaq Coupe.

The four-door Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe SUV is designed for those looking for a more emotive electric car with its panoramic glass roof that slopes gently downward from the B-pillar onwards.

The coupe gets a 0.247 drag coefficient, lower than the 0.257 coefficient of the regular Enyaq
At 4,653mm long and measuring 1,617mm in height, the coupe is also four millimetres longer than the regular Enyaq iV and one millimetre higher.

However, its drag coefficient of 0.247 is even lower than that of the regular Enyaq iV, contributing to its 535km WLTP range (when fitted with the larger battery).

Three power variants with rear or all-wheel drive will be offered for the coupe.

The Enyaq iV 60 Coupe is fitted with a lithium-ion battery with a net capacity of 58kWh. This battery powers a 177bhp electric motor that drives the rear wheels via a singlespeed gearbox.

The Enyaq iV 80 Coupe meanwhile, is also a rear-wheel drive, powered by an electric motor with an output of 201bhp. It is fitted with the larger 82kWh battery pack allowing it to deliver a WLTP range of 535km - the greatest mileage within the model range.

Charging the Enyaq Coupe via direct current can be done at a maximum speed of 125kW
The Enyaq iV 80x Coupe is also equipped with the larger battery, but here it also powers a second, 107bhp electric motor on the front axle, providing this variant with all-wheel drive. Together, the two electric motors deliver a total of 261bhp.

The Skoda Enyaq can be fully charged in six to eight hours via alternating current at a maximum speed of 11kW. Direct current charging meanwhile, is possible at speeds of up to 125kW.

The Skoda Crystal Face, where a total of 131 LEDs illuminate the vertical slats and horizontal trim of the grille of the Enyaq, will be available on the coupe.

The coupe's 570-litre boot capacity is almost on a par with the regular Enyaq's 585 litre offering. Large alloys measuring 19 to 21-inches will be available to help emphasise the car's powerful appearance.

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