Skoda Enyaq iV is the Czech brand’s first 100% electric model that with its strategic model is likely to cause a sensation on the market.
Developed from the MEB platform which was also used for the Volkswagen ID.4, Skoda Enyaq iV is very easily distinguished from its German cousin because of its taut body lines.
The hexagonal grille is put forward and alongside worked projectors which overflow on the fenders can light up due to the presentation of LEDs.
Inside, the dashboard is in line with the latest Skoda productions. Horizontal, it is characterized by a large 13-inch tablet-like touch screen.
Next to it, the instrumentation appears very discreet, but this is not too important since the Enyaq iV offers the very exclusive technology of augmented reality on the windshield.
The Skoda Enyaq iV is not just a simple model but a real whole family since it will be available in different finishes but especially with several engines, which is relatively rare for an electric model.
There will be five of them: Enyaq iV 50: 109 kW (approximately 148 hp) with a 55 kWh battery for a range of up to 340 km, the Enyaq iV 60: 132 kW (approximately 179 hp) with a battery of 62 kWh and a range of up to 390 km, the Enyaq iV 80: 150 kW (approx. 204 hp), a battery of 82 kWh and range of over 500 km, the Enyaq iV 80X: 195 kW an (approx. 265 hp), 82 kWh battery, range up to 460 km and finally the Enyaq iV RS: 225 kW (approx. 306 hp) with 82 kWh battery and range up to 460 km.
Price and Availability
Another positive argument for the Skoda Enyaq iV is its price: the entry-level version will cost € 36,050. For comparison, it’s cheaper than some electric city SUVs. The core-range versions (60 and 80) will be marketed from € 41,220 and € 47,700.