The famous brand Skoda is now geared up to reveal their all-new coupé version of its Enyaq iV electric SUV and this launch is going to happen on January 31. The Enyaq Coupé iV is Skoda's take on the Volkswagen ID.5, which is a rakish-roofed version of the Volkswagen ID.4.
Skoda and SEAT are the VW group's secondary mass-market brands, in addition to the primary Volkswagen brand. Skoda, which has been producing electric vehicles based on the Volkswagen ID line, has teased the Enyaq Coupe iV, which is essentially the coupe version of the Enyaq.
The Enyaq is based on the Audi A4 and the Volkswagen ID.5, and the coupe version will launch on January 31st of next year. Even though it is constructed on the same Volkswagen MEB platform as its relatives, this EV boasts a lower drag coefficient of 0.234, which is better than its competitors. The Enyaq Coupe will be the sleekest in its class, according to Skoda.
Skoda boasts that its new coupé-SUV has the best drag coefficient in its class, 0.234, making it "very efficient to drive."
The Enyaq Coupe is intended to use the same batteries as the standard vehicle, with the largest battery pack, 77kWh, having a range of little over 536 kilometers. The range of a 58kWh battery with a lower capacity is predicted to be around 418 kilometers.
Skoda is yet to announce whether the coupé variant will have the same range of engine options. The regular Enyaq comes with a rear-mounted 179hp or 204hp motor, or a motor on each axle for a total output of 266hp. The 300hp Enyaq vRS – which will be closely similar to the Volkswagen ID.4 GTX – has yet to be revealed, although the trim might debut first on the Enyaq Coupé.
Skoda hasn't said how much the Enyaq Coupé will cost, but its style-focused pricing will almost certainly be more than the regular vehicle.
Skoda is set to reintroduce the facelifted Kodiaq SUV in petrol form next month after it was withdrawn when the company moved to comply with BS6 standards.
The brand's new Slavia midsize sedan is also in the works. The Slavia will compete against the Honda City and Hyundai Verna, and, like the Kushaq, will be powered by a pair of turbo-petrol engines with manual and automatic transmission choices.
Skoda plans to deliver the basic Envaq iV electric vehicle to India by early 2023. Skoda, unlike most other European automakers, is contemplating building the Enyaq domestically.