Skoda released the exterior design of its first pure electric SUV, ENYAQ. The car is based on the Volkswagen MEB platform and will debut in Prague, Czech Republic on September 1, 2020, and will be sold overseas in 2021.
Skoda ENYAQ iV is Skoda’s first mass-produced pure electric SUV model based on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electric Drive Platform (MEB).
The first letter “E” in the name of the Skoda ENYAQ model implies electric travel, and the “Q” is the iconic end of the Skoda SUV series. The name is inspired by the Irish word “Enya”, which means “source of life”.
We can see from the design drawing that the Skoda ENYAQ front has a lot of complicated lines, especially the shape of the front surround part and headlight part is more radical, and the visual impact is strong.
The new car in the design drawing is not equipped with traditional door handles. I don’t know whether the new car will adopt a hidden door handle design. As for the rear of the car, the highlight of the design comes from the taillights. The two internal light strips form an angle. The simple and neat design is very recognizable. In addition, the length, width and height of the new car are 4648/1877/1618 (mm) and the wheelbase is 2765mm.
In the interior, it is equipped with a full LCD instrument panel, a 13-inch suspended central control screen, and a dual-spoke multi-function steering wheel, which is full of technological sense. The new car will also be equipped with a head-up display system and woolen seats. In terms of storage space, official data shows that the capacity of the Skoda ENYAQ iV trunk reaches 585L.
In terms of power, Skoda ENYAQ iV will launch two versions, single-motor and dual-motor, with powers of 150kW (204Ps) and 225kW (306Ps) respectively. In addition, the entry-level model will be equipped with a battery pack with a total capacity of 55kWh, with a cruising range of up to 340km under WLTP conditions, and a 62kWh or 82kWh battery pack for mid-to-high-end models. The cruising range under WLTP conditions is 390km and 500km, respectively. In addition, the four-wheel drive model will be equipped with an 82kWh battery pack, with a cruising range of 460km under WLTP conditions.