Skoda has been teasing the VW ID.4-based Enyaq iV since February, with the very first spy pictures arriving rather less than a month after the official announcement.
Since then, we’ve seen renderings, extra spy pictures and as of final week, a bunch of official sketches that time to a number of new design parts which we might have in any other case missed – just like the precise entrance and rear mild signatures, for starters.
Now, due to Kolesa, we now have our most correct rendering but of the Czech EV crossover, which is anticipated to go on sale in Europe earlier than the top of this yr.
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The renderings present what ought to quantity to production-ready headlights, in addition to a potential mild strip spanning the width of the enclosed grille. On the again, the taillights are a bit much less aggressive-looking than these on the official sketches, however that’s additionally the purpose. Nonetheless, perhaps the true Enyaq received’t have that huge of a vertical hole between the taillights and the rear window.
“The Enyaq iV has a shorter entrance finish and an elongated roofline. This creates a really dynamic look and transforms it right into a proverbial ‘house shuttle’,” mentioned Skoda design boss Karl Neuhold.
“We consciously emphasize the distinctive Skoda grille on our electrical autos, as that is an immediately recognisable function of the model. On the Enyaq iV, it’s set additional ahead and is extra upright, which reinforces the highly effective look. The complete-LED matrix headlights and daytime working lights are significantly eye-catching, too,” he added.
The Skoda Enyaq iV will experience on the VW Group’s MEB platform, that includes each rear- and all-wheel drive setups. The entry-level mannequin will boast a rear-mounted motor with 146 HP (148 PS) and a 55 kWh battery for a complete vary of as much as 211 miles (340 km).
Go for the mid-spec variant and also you’ll get 178 HP (180 PS), a 62 kWh battery and a 242 mile (390 km) vary, whereas the rear-wheel drive vary topper will get 201 HP (204 PS), an 82 kWh battery and as much as 310 miles (500 km) of vary.
As for the all-wheel drive variations, there will probably be a 262 HP (265 PS) mannequin, with an 82 kWh battery and a 286 mile (460 km) complete vary, to go together with the Enyaq iV RS and its 302 HP (306 PS), plus the identical 82 kWh battery and 286 mile vary.
Be aware: These are particular person illustrations made by Kolesa and are under no circumstances associated to or endorsed by Skoda