On 1 September 2020, Skoda will be launching her first hybrid vehicle, the Enyaq iV. Today, the company has teased the car with a few sketches which show us how the car looks.
The Enyaq iV concept demonstrates development in terms of architecture based on the modular electrification toolkit (MEB) from the VW Group. The company builds on Scale, Kamiq, and the modern, fourth-generation Octavia emotional design language.
Enyaq iV features sculpted curves, crystalline surfaces, and elements, influenced by Bohemian crystal art. Nevertheless, the dimensions are different from those of previous SUV models as the front end of the vehicle is shorter and the roofline elongated. The broad wheels add to the muscle and the high clearance of the ground gives it a good position.
There is a clearly visible grid that is a component of more Skoda electric vehicles. The Enyaq iV has full LED matrix headlights and daylight. The MEB batteries are mounted on the car floor in order to save up space, which increases the carbohydrate. The longer paddlebase however visually compensates for this.
The different electrical drive components take up less room than a typical internal combustion engine and allow shorter front and rear overhangs. The Enyaq iV body is also longer and has an effect on the range according to company aerodynamics.
It measures a length of 4648 mm, a width of 1877 mm, and is 1,618 mm in thickness based on the MEB model. It is slightly less than Skoda Kodiaq priced on the Indian market to give you an idea. The Skoda Enyaq is available with three different battery capacity and five specifications in both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel driving models.
A 55 kWh battery pack with an electric motor of 109 kWh mounted on the rear axle is supplied to the platform. The size is up to 340 kilometres. The Skoda Enyaq iV 60, with an electric engine of 132 kW and a battery of 62 kWh is going to be up next.