New Skoda Enyaq iV again noticed on testsJuly 10, 2020
The American portal motor1.com a series of new spy shots of the electric crossover Skoda Enyaq iV, which was noticed in tests with a trailer.
The first all-electric model of the Skoda brand – the Enyaq iV crossover – went on road tests. Previously, pictures with a test “mule” were published on the Web, but now the pictures are almost a serial copy. True, it is completely covered with camouflage, but it was possible to discern some details.
The overall silhouette of the body is borrowed from the previously presented Volkswagen ID.4. By the way, the novelty will share most of the units with it. At the same time, the exterior of the Skoda Enyaq iV will have its own. This time, road tests took place in the Alps, on mountain streamers, and in addition, the car was spotted with a trailer.
It is worth noting that the novelty will be the first Skoda car in a class of rear-wheel drive models in a long time. In addition, the “charged” version of the Enyaq iV with two electric motors and four-wheel drive will become the most powerful model of the brand – 302 hp. According to preliminary data, car production will begin in the first half of next year.
The first production Skoda model will receive rear-wheel or all-wheel drive and a power reserve of about 500 km. Three battery sizes and five motor options are available. It is planned to assemble an all-electric SUV at the main Skoda factory in Mladá Boleslav, making it the first MEB-based Volkswagen Group in Europe to be produced outside Germany.
The new Skoda Enyaq iV is an innovative step forward in the strategy of electrification of the Czech automaker. The first production model of the Czech brand, based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB electric vehicle modular platform, combines brand-specific merits, such as generous space and emotional design, with fun and at the same time stable handling.
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