Electrifying Enyaq

coupe from Skoda

Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV vRS
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe vRS rear
Skoda Enyaq  iV Coupe vRS profile
Skoda Enyaq  iV Coupe front threequarters
Skoda Enyaq  iV Coupe front
Skoda Enyaq  iV Coupe rear overhead
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe vRS cockpit
Skoda Enyaq  iV Coupe rear seats

AFTER teasing the public with a design sketch in early January, Skoda has now put flesh on the bones of its new Enyaq iV Coupe with the release of full details and images - and it's a stunner!

And the Czech maker has revealed that its elegant new coupé will even come with a sporty four-wheel drivevRS variant - the first time the vRS treatment has been applied to an all-electric model.

And it will live up to the expectations of vRS enthusiasts. With a system output of 220kW and a massive 460Nm of torque, it will cover the 0-60mph sprint in a shade under 6.5 seconds and go on to a top speed of 111mph.

The vRS sits at the top of a three-model line-up all of which use the same 82kWh battery. The entry-level model - dubbed the Coupe iV 80 - comes with rear wheel drive and a 150kW power output while customers wanting four-wheel-drive can opt for the iV Coupe 80x which has a system output of 195kW. Skoda quotes a potential driving range of up to 339 miles for the entry level model.

Apart from the stunningly raked coupe profile and panoramic glass roof - the biggest in the Skoda range - the Coupe shares many of its features with the Enyaq SUV but adds a model specific front apron and body coloured side mouldings,

And, just as with the SUV, rather than a range of trim levels -- the Coupe's interior features coordinated Design Selections with ten themed packages and a range of individual options, using many natural, sustainably processed and recycled materials. There will, however, be a SportLine trim which will share many features with the vRS.

Standard features across the range include a 13-inch central infotainment screen and a 5.3-inch Digital Cockpit, which can optionally be supplemented by a head-up display with augmented reality. All three variants come with dual-zone Climatronic, a two-spoke multifunction heated leather steering wheel and a keyless start button.

The SportLine and vRS feature a lowered sports chassis, 20-inch black alloys, full-LED Matrix headlights and sporty design details including gloss black trim on the grille surround, window trim and rear diffuser with the vRS also getting a full-length red reflector on its rear bumper providing a family link to Skoda's other vRSmodels.

As yet Skoda are not revealing when the Enyaq iV Coupe will be launched in the UK.


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