Skoda upgrades Enyaq


Skoda Enyaq, 2022, front
Skoda Enyaq, 2022, rear
Skoda Enyaq, 2022, interior

SKODA is introducing a number of key specification and equipment enhancements to its Enyaq iV range of electric cars.

The updates, which are part of a 2023 Model Year package, include enhancements to the infotainment system, updated battery management system and a revised set of option packages.

All new Enyaq iV models benefit from the latest version of Skoda's MEB platform software which include the ability for future updates to the car's operating software, to be made over the air.

In addition, the new software includes an upgrade to the navigation system and head-up display along with visual improvements to the heating and ventilation infotainment screens to make the user experience even smoother.

Remote Access for three years is now a standard feature on all Enyaq iV models, having previously been an option.

Remote Access is available through the company's Connect app and will now enable users to view their Parking Position and vehicle status with their smartphone. This is an addition to the current app features which includes remote charging, climate control and departure planner.

The software update also delivers improvements to the Enyaq iV's high voltage battery management systems. The changes further reduce electrical losses from the battery to ensure that drivers can maximise their driving range.

To help buyers perfectly tailor their Enyaq iV to their specific requirements, Skoda is also simplifying option packages to four levels of specification.

For the new model, customers will be able to choose from four packages - Clever, Plus, Advanced and Maxx, with each of the top three packs building on the one lower in the range. Customers can also fine-tune their specification with a range of single options.

The upgrades see the Enyaq range now priced from £38,480 and the Clever pack, which is available on 60 and 80 models but standard on SportLine Plus versions, costs £2,755.

It includes keyless entry and start/stop system advanced, wireless charging, privacy glass and acoustic side windows, driver alert and a glasses storage compartment in front centre armrest as well as adaptive cruise control with Skoda's traffic jam assist system and blind spot detection.

The Plus package costs £4,830 including and adds an electrically operated tailgate with kick activation, full LED lights front and rear with Matrix beam headlights and an electrically adjustable driver's seat with memory function as well as more driver assist functions.

The Advanced package comes in at £6,980 and includes a head up display, heated front seats and windscreen and an upgraded sound system while the Maxx package costs £9,375 sees the likes of a massage function for the front seats, an all-round camera system and automated parking.

An expanded range of single options now includes a panoramic sunroof at £855, a heat pump at £1,025, a tow bar for £815, a partition net screen at £170 and a universal charger for the battery at £680.


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