Skoda transforms its Enyaq iV electric crossover into a coupe. The second body variant of the model is also flanked from an RS sports variant with all-wheel drive and 220 kW / 300 hp. The coupe version differs from the standard Enyaq mainly in the sloping roof line, which ends with a tailgate with a more tapered spoiler lip. There is also a separate front apron and a panoramic glass roof as standard, with a special tint to prevent the interior from overheating. As with the other body variant, a radiator grille illuminated by 131 LEDs is available as an option.
There shouldn’t be big differences in space due to the more dynamic lines. In fact, behind the inclined tailgate there is still a trunk volume of 570 liters, more than many ‘normal’ SUVs or crossovers in this class can boast. THEIn addition, the sliding roof reduces wind resistance: the Anyaq becomes more efficient, the electricity consumption decreases, which at the same time increases the range. If the largest battery with a useful capacity of 77 kWh is in the floor, the iV 80 variant with rear-wheel drive can cover up to 545 kilometers (according to the WLTP cycle).
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupé, the RS variant puts in strada 300 CV
The large battery is also installed in the iV 80x all-wheel drive model with 195 kW / 265 hp and in the top RS version, also equipped with two engines. The range of the two electric vehicles should be around 500 kilometers. The top model Enyaq Coupé RS iV delivers a system power of 220 kW and a maximum torque of 460 Nm. This is Skoda’s first fully electric RS model. Characteristic are a particularly dynamic driving experience, numerous black accents and the typical red reflective stripe on the rear apron. There The RS iV takes just 6.5 seconds to sprint from 0 to 100km / h and reaches a top speed of 180km / h. This is 20 km / h more than the other three versions of the new coupe. Exclusively within the Enyaq iV series, the RS iV Coupé is also available in the eye-catching Mamba green paintwork.
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupé RS
The Skoda Enyaq Coupé is charged with up to 11 kW from the AC power source, which takes six to eight hours depending on the battery. The times are significantly reduced if you use a charging point with direct current. For models with large batteries, Skoda promises between 29 and 36 minutes to charge 10 to 80%. the Bohemian house does not declare the exact charging capacity, but just for the record, that of the standard Anyaq is between 125 and 135 kW. The ŠKODA iV ecosystem and the Powerpass make it possible to use 260,000 charging stations with a single card throughout Europe.
As with the Enyaq iV, the coupe’s interior is highly customizable. You can choose from new Design Selections that take inspiration from the most modern living contexts.
Deliveries will begin in the spring. with prices being defined.