Test Skoda Enyaq deceived everyone with a new cunning camouflageJuly 20, 2020
The first electric crossover of the Czech brand, not in a hurry to throw off its disguise, changed its psychedelic to bright colors.
Deprived of the internal combustion engine, the Skoda Enyaq SUV, recently captured in the Alps with a two-axle trailer in tow, again hit the lenses of paparazzi cameras. Only this time in a deep blue color, ostensibly showing a serial body uncovered with a film.
However, upon closer examination, it turned out that the Czech electric car is in no hurry to reveal its appearance. That is, the blue, gray and even red colors of the Skoda Enyaq seen on the roads are also a film in combination with false panels and overlays that mask the outlines of the car.
For example, most of the lighting equipment – dimensions in the front bumper, reflectors in the rear and lights in the stern – are just stickers. The true shape of the boot side windows is hidden by a black film. And on the bottom of the body, she diligently masks the moldings, sills and bumper spoilers.
Built on the same MEB modular platform as the Volkswagen ID.4, the Czech crossover is expected to be similar in many ways. And at the same time, the novelty will receive its own individual style, in the spirit of last year’s Skoda Vision iV concept.
The Enyac should have a spacious interior thanks to the absence of a central tunnel running through the entire vehicle. The interior is likely to be designed in a minimalist style with a multi-level front panel and a large touchscreen in the center. The controls for multimedia and climate control can be displayed on it.
Skoda’s new electric SUV will be offered in a mono-drive version with one engine or in an all-wheel drive version with two. The second option should be more powerful, giving out more than 300 forces. And the first is longer-range, overcoming about 500 km on a single charge.
We expect the debut of Skoda Enyaq by the end of this year, and the start of sales and the first deliveries of cars to customers – in the first half of next. And this will be just one of 10 new electric models that the Czechs plan to bring to the global market by the end of 2022 under the iV sub-brand.
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