The much-awaited world premiere is almost upon us. The hype has been building for a while, but tonight at 7 p.m. CET, we’ll finally get to see the all-new SKODA ENYAQ iV electric SUV.
The ENYAQ iV is the first electric car from SKODA built on the Volkswagen group’s MEB platform specially designed for electric cars. The first electric SUV from the Czech carmaker promises a range of up to 500 kilometres per charge, as well as a new tweak of SKODA’s design language and a spacious and generous interior.
“The ENYAQ iV model stays true to the emotive SKODA design language that distinguishes the SCALA, KAMIQ and the new fourth-generation OCTAVIA models. The ENYAQ iV shares the typical bold lines, clean surfaces and crystalline elements that pay homage to the skill of Czech glassmakers. But its proportions are different from our previous SUVs: the ENYAQ iV has a shorter front and an extended roof line. That gives it a very dynamic look,” explains Karl Neuhold, head of exterior design at SKODA.
Like all other SKODA models, the ENYAQ iV is highly practical and enhanced by a number of Simply Clever elements. It also boasts a 585-litre luggage compartment.
On a more technical note, the ENYAQ iV offers two drivetrain versions, three battery sizes (55, 62 and 82 kWh) and five performance levels: 109, 132 and 150 kW with rear-wheel drive, and 195 and 225 kW with all-wheel drive. The most powerful version will bear the famous RS designation. Charging will also be powerful: the battery will charge from 10% to 80% in just 40 minutes.
Just because we’ve divulged some details here doesn’t mean there won’t be any surprises in store on Tuesday evening. So watch the premiere at 7 p.m. CET with us and find out what else the ENYAQ iV has to offer.
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