Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV (2022): prices, info and photos

Skoda declines its electric SUV in coupe, in the footsteps of the Audi Q4 e-tron Sportback and Volkswagen ID.5. What are the strengths of the Enyaq Coupé iV?

Skoda Enyaq Coupé IV (2022) – The 100% electric family SUV is refining its profile and beefing up its range of engines to start a sporting career, without giving up the practical aspects.

The Volkswagen group has definitely passed master in the art of playing Russian dolls. On the models of Audi Q4 e-tron and Volkswagen ID.4, with which the original Enyaq shares its MEB platform, the Czech now declines its coupe body to join the Q4 e-tron Sportback e-tron and ID.5 clan. Like these, it is a few millimeters longer than the station wagon, but its more pronounced drop in the flag makes its boat lose about fifteen liters. trunk volume (570 l). However, this more dynamic profile should not affect the headroom insofar as the coupe turns out to be surprisingly higher perched by a handful of millimeters (1.62 m).

Available in RS finish

Either way, let’s bet that the Enyaq will give more for less, compared to its Audi and Volkswagen badged cousins, being by far the longest of the three (4.65 m). This has always been Skoda’s credo to compensate for its image deficit. To cure her, the new SUV inaugurates the RS label for the first time on a 100% electric vehicle of the brand, by introducing the 220 kW (299 hp) block and 460 Nm of torque ID.4 and ID.5 GTX. A burst of pride that earned him to send the 0 to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds and gain 20 km/h in top speed (180 km/h), when the rest of the Enyaq range caps at 160 km / h, in order to save autonomy.

Up to 545 km range

This is ensured by a battery with a capacity of 82 kWh which, for the moment, does not make public its promise of autonomy. Only the 150 kW (204 hp) and two-wheel drive variant of the Enyaq Coupé, equipped with the same battery, takes care to communicate on this subject. Those are 545 km, currently in the process of homologation, which could be traveled to the maximum with the coupé that came from the Carpathians. As for the rest of the range, it is powered by this same duo (150 kW/82 kWh) in the 4-wheel drive version, as well as by entry-level with a 132 kW (180 hp) electric motor associated with a more modest “battery” of 62 kWh. On the charging side, it will be necessary to opt for the 82 kWh battery to recover 80% autonomy in 29 minutes, on a supercharger.

Exit the entry-level engine

In terms of running gear, the sharpest finishes (Sportline and RS) lower their ground clearance by 15 mm at the front and 10 mm at the rear and are fitted with 20” or even 21” wheels as an option, the design of which has undergone aerodynamic optimizations. For the rest, the Enyaq coupé takes up the main lines of the technologies and equipment inaugurated by the station wagon last year, but refuses the small 109 kW (150 hp) engine for the sake of maintaining its sporty SUV image.

Price Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV

The commercial launch of the Skoda Enyaq Coupé iV will take place this summer, at a base price estimated at around €45,000, when the station wagon is exchanged for at least €37,930.

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