What to drive now: ŠKODA ENYAQ iV

This year ŠKODA celebrates 125 years, making it one of the longest established car manufacturers in the world! On Sunday 4th October, the brand-new, first fully electric vehicle from ŠKODA was revealed at the London landmark, Electric Avenue.

If you weren’t aware, Electric Avenue was famed and named for being one of the first streets in Britain to be lit by electricity. Therefore it was the perfect place to host Skoda’s first all-electric SUV! 

Following its world premiere in Prague last month, Skoda unveiled its eagerly anticipated Enyaq iV to mark the news that the pre-reservation list for orders has now opened! 

The Enyaq iV combines a generous amount of space, emotive design and well-balanced proportions with a sustainable yet fun driving experience. Available in a choice of rear-wheel or four-wheel drive, two battery sizes (62kWh and 82kWh) and offering power outputs of up to 306 PS, the Enyaq iV can be charged from 5 – 80 per cent in just 38 minutes or 0 – 100 per cent in under 60 minutes*. With a range of up to 316 miles**, this stylish all-electric car is the perfect companion for everyday driving.

As befits a car that is starting a bold new era, Skoda’s design and engineering team have gone the extra mile to delight customers.  Enyaq iV features a unique illuminated front grille with LED Crystal face & Matrix LED headlights as well as featuring an impressive 13-inch infotainment screen.

Drivers can build their own Enyaq iV using Skoka’s 360° visualiser on skoda.co.uk or by speaking to a product specialist/retailer to register their interest for the pre-reservation list.

The Enyaq iV is available  to order in the UK for delivery from spring 2021, customers can register their interest now at ŠKODA.co.uk  Prices start at £33,450 (excluding UK Plug-in Car Grant).

 

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