The Enyaq iV SUV of Skoda has made its official debut on 1 September 2020. It is the first Skoda model based on the modular electrification toolkit (MEB) which offers a generous interior and a sustainable yet fun driving experience. And, important, it’s a brand new fully-electric SUV that promises a range of up to 316 miles.
With the ENYAQ iV, ŠKODA is taking another leap into the era of electric mobility.
The Czech car manufacturer’s first all-electric SUV also takes a fresh approach to lighting design, combining technically innovative full-LED matrix headlights with an emotive design language.
In the UK, it is possible to choose from either ‘60’ or ‘80’ badged cars: the former employing a 62kWh battery pack and 132kW motor (176bhp), the latter an 82kWh battery and 150kW (200bhp) motor, both sending their respective outputs to the rear wheels alone.
The car provides also ‘Laura’, onboard digital voice assistant, able to understand 15 languages