Available to order since January, the entry-level Skoda Enyaq iV 50 joins the catalog and reveals its price.
While the 60 and 80 versions were initially available, the Czech brand’s first fully electric SUV is now available in an entry-level 50 version. In this variation, it has a 55 kWh battery, including 51.7 kWh of net capacity, allowing it to announce a range of 362 km on a WLTP cycle.
Less than € 30,000 bonus deducted
Available with a single engine installed on the rear axle, it delivers 150 hp for 220 Nm of torque. The performances are modest with a 0-100 km / h in 11.4 seconds and 160 km / h in top speed. AC charging is always entrusted to an 11 kW charger, while the Combo CCS socket is limited to a DC power of 50 kW.
The presentation is more sober than its more expensive counterparts. But it is however equipped with the Digital Cockpit, the head-up display, a central 10-inch screen, LED headlights and a panel of driving aids. The entry ticket is set at € 36,050, ie a cost price of € 29,050 ecological bonus of € 7,000 deducted. What give it a serious commercial argument in front of the generally more expensive competition.