Skoda launched its cheapest electric crossover on saleOctober 15, 2020
Skoda has started selling the basic electric crossover Enyaq iV in its home, Czech market. A standard electric car costs less than 40,000 euros, while it is quite rich in equipment.
According to auto.cz, the price of Skoda Enyaq iV in the “base” is 1 059 900 Czech crowns, which is 38.9 thousand in euros. For this money, an electric car with one electric motor (respectively, this mono-drive model) with 180 hp is offered. and 310 Nm, as well as a “modest” 62 kWh battery.
With such a filling, the car accelerates to “hundreds” in 8.9 seconds and develops a maximum speed of 160 km / h. The power reserve on a single charge is 390 km in the WLTP cycle, energy consumption is from 14.6 to 16.4 kWh per 100 km of run.
The “cheap Skoda electric car” comes standard with 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, keyless entry, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition, parking sensors and multimedia with a rearview camera. The interior is finished in fabric and imitation leather, and there is also brushed aluminum decor.
Skoda says this Enyaq represents a unique value for money. Next in price is the version with a price tag of under 42,000 euros. However, later sales of an even cheaper version should begin – with a 148-horsepower engine and a power reserve of 340 km.
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