THE line-up of Skoda Enyaq electric vehicles is being expanded with the introduction of three new coupe models.
The new models, which sit below the recently introduced vRS sporting flagship, take the coupe range to four cars.
The new 80, 80 SportLine Plus, 80x SportLine Plus will be on the road next year and all are equipped with an 80kWh battery that can return between 320 and 345 miles of range.
All Enyaq Coupe iV models can accept a DC rapid charge at speeds of up to 135kW with an 80 per cent charge achievable in as little as 29 minutes when connected to a compatible charger.
A full charge on a 7kW domestic wallbox will take 13 hours.
As with all Enyaq iV models, the Coupe iV comes with an eight-year, 100,000 mile battery warranty as standard.
The 80 specification car is priced from £44,825, the 80 Sportline Plus from £50,405 and the all-wheel-drive 80x SportLine Plus from £52,505.
All have a full-length fixed panoramic sunroof, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED front and rear lights, ambient lighting, a satellite navigation system, rear view camera and Skoda's virtual cockpit.
Microsuede and leather upholstery, heated sports seats and carbon-effect decorative inserts.
SportLine Plus models are additionally equipped with 20-inch alloy wheels, full LED Matrix beam headlights, black trims on the grille and window surrounds while sports suspension is also fitted as standard, along with progressive steering, tri-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control and ‘virtual' pedal operation.
The same equipment specification can be found on the 80x Sportline Plus model.
All have a 570 litre boot with a maximum capacity of 1,610 litres and a head-up display can be fitted as an option.
The new Enyaq Coupe iV is produced at Skoda's main plant in MladaBoleslav in the Czech Republic, and along with the Enyaq iV, is the only MEB-based models within the Volkswagen Group in Europe to be manufactured outside of Germany.