Sporty trim for

Skoda's electric SUV

Skoda Enyaq SportLine
Skoda Enyaq SportLine front threequarters
Skoda Enyaq SportLine rear threequarters

GREEN motoring and sporty styling can go together and Skoda is out to prove that with a new SportLine version of its' all-electric Enyaq iV SUV.

According to the company, the new SportLine trim is designed to appeal to drivers who like the dynamic look of the Czech brand's performance models but with the added practicality of a full-size SUV and zero-emission green credentials.

When it arrives here later this year, buyers will be able to choose from two powertrain options with an 82-kWh battery and either one or two electric motors, the latter powering all four wheels. Range is up to 323 miles.

SportLine versions will come with a sports chassis which is lowered by 15mm at the front and 10mm at the rear as well as model-specific design details including extensive use of black trim inside and out, body-coloured side skirts, a sportier front apron and exclusive 20-inch alloy wheels. Full LED Matrix headlights will also be fitted as standard.


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