Since its premiere last year, the Enyaq in the stylish Coupé body version has also been presented in its default version without the RS badges. However, such a vehicle can only be ordered on the Czech market now.
These are the iV 80 and iV 80× variants. That is, with a battery capacity of 82 kWh and rear- or all-wheel drive. The output is 150 kW or 195 kW in the case of the two-engine version with the letter “x” in the name.
The basic equipment of the entire model range is now called Clever and includes most of the items of the earlier Loft version. As standard, customers can expect, for example, LED lights at the front and at the back, a virtual cockpit with navigation, a parking camera, three-zone air conditioning, heated front seats or the Assisted Driving Package 1.0.
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The Clever package adds Matrix-LED headlights with washers, LED taillights with animated indicators, a power driver’s seat, rear side airbags, an electric tailgate with a virtual pedal, and a higher level of 2.5 assisted driving. This package corresponds to the Sportline specification.
The Advanced package adds heated rear seats and windshield, an illuminated Crystal Face front fascia, a head-up display and a Canton audio system, which corresponds to the RS specification.
The highlight is the Maxx package, which additionally offers an adaptive DCC chassis, progressive steering, a sports multifunctional leather steering wheel, a panoramic camera system, automatic parking, an overtaking assistant or electrically controlled front seats with memory and lumbar support.
The current price of the Enyaq model range starts at CZK 1,239,900 for the iV 60 in an SUV body. The basic version of the iV 60 for the Coupé is not yet available. Newly introduced Coupé iV 80 starts at CZK 1,424,900 in the price list. The 80× version with all-wheel drive is available from CZK 1,524,900 including VAT.
With the introduction of four new electric cars and two modernized enyaqs, the automaker plans to expand its range of purely electric cars to six models by 2026. By 2027, Škoda Auto will invest 5.6 billion euros (over 133 billion crowns) in electromobility.
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