The new Skoda cross was captured with little or no camouflageJuly 16, 2020
Skoda is testing the Enyaq electric crossover concept with a pre-production body. This time, the novelty was photographed in light camouflage.
In the photo, the Enyaq cross looks quite large, but in fact it is slightly more compact than the Kodiaq model. It has a length of 4685 mm, a width of 1877 mm, a height of 1618 mm, and a wheelbase of 2765 mm.
The electric cross is built on the MEB model platform, created for electric cars. The salon will be 5-seater with 585-liter luggage compartment.
The standard variation of the Enyaq iV50 will get a 148-horsepower electric motor on the rear axle, a traction battery with a capacity of 55 kW / h. Cruising range according to the WLTP cycle – 340 km. The Enyaq iV 60 version will produce 179 hp, and its 62 kW / h battery will allow it to cover up to 390 km on a single charge.
iV 80 will receive a 204-horsepower electric motor and an 82 kWh / h battery. The cruising range will be 500 km. A similar battery with a capacity of 82 kW / h will also be used in the all-wheel drive cross-country iV 80X with a total capacity of two electric motors of 265 hp.
The most powerful modification RS will receive a 306-horsepower unit. Such a cross will be able to accelerate to the first “hundred” in 6.2 seconds at a maximum speed of 189 km / h. All-wheel drive crossovers can travel up to 460 km without recharging.
It is not yet known when the Skoda Eniyaq will debut, but given the degree of readiness of the car, it can be assumed that this will happen before the end of this year.
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