Skoda Enyaq iV will be the brand’s first EV based on the MEB-born-electric platform. Powered by a 77kWh battery and dual motors that pushes 265 bhp
Skoda is all set to introduce the Enyaq iV in India, this will be the company’s way of testing the waters and then figuring out the future offensive for the country. The Skoda Enyaq iV will be based on the company’s MEB born-electric platform housing a 77 kWh battery pack coupled with dual motors, one on each axle, making it an AWD while pushing a good 265 bhp. The company claims a 0-100 km dash in 6.9 seconds and a claimed WLTP-rated range of up to 513 km.
The same platform is shared with the Volkswagen ID 4 and the Audi Q4 e-tron which measures 4,648 mm long, and 1,877 mm wide. The silhouette resembles a lot like the Kodiaq but it is a shy smaller. The front fascia is almost identical to the Kodiaq, it gets a blanked-off grille flanked by a swept-back headlamp cluster with DRLs. The lower bumper is also flanked by air curtains and a larger air dam below the nose grille. The bonnet has quite the creases and lines giving it a sharp character. The side profile reveals a strong shoulder line with flared wheel arches and cladding song the length of the car. The rear section is yet to be revealed but an integrated roof spoiler can be expected along with LED taillamp setup.
On the inside, we can expect a sizeable touchscreen infotainment unit along with a digital dash for the driver. Other features could include multi-zone climate control, wireless charger, steering mounted controls, heated and ventilated seats, power steering, remote engine start-stop, cruise control, parking sensors, and paddle shifters to name a few.