Skoda showed a new coupe-crossover Enyaq Coupe iV with an electric power plant.
Skoda has unveiled the new coupe-crossover Enyaq Coupe iV. Sales of the electric car in Europe will start before the end of this year. Prices for the novelty will be announced later.
The dimensions of the machine are 4,653 mm long and 1,879 mm wide. The height is 1,622 mm, and the wheelbase reaches 2,765 mm. From the standard Enyaq electric crossover, its coupe version is distinguished by a sloping roof, larger wheels and sporty aerodynamic body kit elements. Luggage compartment volume – 570 liters.
The car received a panoramic roof, matrix headlights and a luminous radiator grille with vertical slats. Drag coefficient – 0.234. This is one of the lowest rates in this class of cars.
The interior of the car was finished with environmentally friendly materials. For example, the seat upholstery is 40% natural wool and 60% polyester, made from recycled plastic bottles. Enyaq Coupe iV was equipped with a digital instrument panel, a 13-inch touch screen multimedia system and a dual-zone climate control system.
The basic version of the crossover received one electric motor with a capacity of 179 horsepower. Drive-rear. Also, customers will be offered a 204-horsepower modification of the novelty, which can travel 545 kilometers on a single charge.
All-wheel drive Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV 80x received two electric motors with a total capacity of 265 horsepower. The maximum speed is 160 km/h. The top version of the Enyaq Coupe RS iV was also equipped with two electric motors that develop 300 horsepower. Acceleration to 100 km / h in this modification of the crossover takes 6.5 seconds. The maximum speed is 180 km/h.
By 2025, the Czech brand plans to bring to the market up to ten new models and their modifications with fully electric or hybrid power plants. The automaker expects such vehicles to account for up to 25% of the company’s total sales by that date.
Source: Auto News