The new model features a large 13-inch infotainment screen and a highly customizable interior.
Skoda has revealed its first all-electric SUV, the Skoda Enyaq iV, with the new model offering a choice of three different battery sizes, fast charging capabilities, and a range of up to 510km.
The Enyaq iV – named after ‘enya’, the Irish word for ‘source of life’ is Skoda’s first production car based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular electric vehicle platform. It is part of the broader Skoda iV electrification program.
The car’s bold exterior demonstrates a strong design language thanks to larger wheels (sizes between 18 and 21 inches).
Consumers can choose from three battery sizes and output power levels from 109 to 225kW. The car has a driving range of up to 340 km from its 55kWh battery.
Enyaq iV RS with 225kW / 460Nm option has a maximum operating range of 510 km (WLTP cycle) and maximum charging capacity is 125kW. All vehicle models use a globally compatible charging plug.
The top versions are all equipped with all-wheel drive. Enyaq iV RS has a second electric motor on the front axle. The 82kWh battery of the Enyaq iV RS can be charged from 5 to 80% in 38 minutes via the DC fast charger.
With a length of just over 4.6m, 1.6m high and nearly 1.9m wide, the Enyaq iV is a bit smaller but similar in size to Skoda’s Kodiaq SUV.