Skoda is testing prototype electric crossover EnyaqMarch 5, 2020
Some publications shared photos of the Czech crossover Skoda Enyaq, which received a fully electric power plant. The official debut of the novelty is scheduled for the end of this year, and sales will begin in 2021.
Following the show of the Citigoe iV, which is the first electric car of the Czech company, Skoda is preparing to introduce another model with zero emissions. We are talking about the Skoda Enyaq crossover, the test prototypes of which we saw back in October 2019, although the novelty then rolled along the Nurburgring race track in the back of the German Volkswagen Tiguan crossover.
This week, foreign publications published a photo of a test model of a crossover that was located on a Czech highway near the company’s headquarters in Mladá Boleslav (Czech Republic). It seems that the entire production body is hidden under some pretty deceptive camouflage. Skoda applies a similar disguise, closer to the date of the official presentation of the model, that is, we will see the production version of the electric crossover from Skoda very soon.
Based on the MEB platform, Enyaq will be the serial implementation of the Vision iV concept, which was introduced about a year ago at the Geneva Motor Show. Although it will not look as exciting as its conceptual ancestor, in its appearance, the electric car should still be noticeably different from other crossovers of the company that use ICE.
The concept shown could well overcome 500 kilometers, and also had two electric motors with a total power of 302 hp.
Foreign journalists were also able to look into the new items salon – there is a large screen of the infotainment system, and a rather compact dashboard, which has become flat and wide.
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