Video: Electric Cross-coupe From Skoda: New Spy Photos
Autocar has shared new photos of the SkodEnyaq iV electric cross-coupe. On the eve of the imminent premiere, the electric car was stripped of some of its camouflage.
The main difference from the previously presented Enyaq iV is the sloping rear pillars and a shortened roof, giving the model a sportier look. At the front, the novelty completely repeats the "classic" brother. The rear optics will also remain unchanged. So the only thing that will be completely new is the boot lid and rear bumper. One of the variants of the name of the future model is Enyaq iV GT.
- The cross-coupe is expected to technically mimic the regular Enyaq iV. It is offered with three battery versions with a capacity of 55, 62 and 82 kWh. The first two batteries are combined with rear-wheel drive and motors from 148 to 204 hp, and the third with all-wheel drive and recoil increased to 265 or 306 hp.
- It is possible that due to the different body shape, the Enyaq iV GT will have a slightly larger power reserve. Autocar cites the crossovers Audi e-tron and e-tron Sportback as an example: the version with a sloping roof travels on average 10 kilometers more on a single charge. All thanks to the lower drag coefficient. The range of a conventional Enyaq iV is between 340 and 510 kilometers.
Skod's head of sales and marketing told the publication that the Enyaq iV's lineup will expand over time. The Enyaq iV GT could go up £ 1,000 over the standard five-door. The price of a conventional electric crossover is not yet known.
- The Enyaq iV GT is expected to premiere in 2021.
- SkodEnyaq iV was presented in September 2020. The size of the electric car is slightly inferior to the Kodiaq, and it is based on the MEB platform, which makes the new product similar to the Volkswagen ID.4. The start of sales is scheduled for 2021. No deliveries to Russia have been reported yet.