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Skoda Enyaq iV (2021): the new electric SUV from the Czech Republic

The Enyaq is Skoda’s first electric SUV
Optional head-up display with augmented reality
A maximum of 306 hp and a range of up to 536 km

With the Enyaq, Skoda brings its first electric SUV

With the Enyaq iV, Skoda presents its first electric SUV. After the compact VW ID.3 The Enyaq is also based on MEB – and is at the same time the first SUV on this platform. Noticeable: the Enyaq is remarkably close to the Vision iV concept car. The beefy design, the huge rims and the illuminated grill make a powerful impression even when the vehicle is standing. With five drive variants between 362 and 536 kilometers range and at prices from 33,800 euros the Enyaq should appeal to the broadest possible target group. What else the E-Skoda has to offer, AUTO BILD has looked at!
Battery sizes: 55, 62 and 82 kWh
Range (WLTP): 362 to 536 km
Output: 109 to 225 kW (148 to 306 hp)
Price: from 33,800 euros

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Comparison test with Audi Q4 e-tron and VW ID.4

Lowest price and the largest available space: In comparison with its group brothers, the Skoda Enyaq clearly distinguishes itself with these characteristics. The Czech is also known for Skoda Details provided – about Umbrella and ice scraper. This brings additional everyday use to the Enyaq. In terms of payload, the SUV from Mlada Boleslav is the competitor Audi Q4 e-tron and VW ID.4 inferior. A mere 471 kg can be loaded into the Skoda, the Audi can carry 522 kg. When it comes to driving performance, the only difference between the models is the way they are set up. All three siblings are based on the same components. What should be emphasized with the Skoda Enyaq is that the degree of recuperation can be set in three stages; the VW ID.4 only allows two levels here. You can find the full test here.

Conclusion: In the triumvirate, the Skoda Enyaq is the electric model for computers. It is the cheapest and has the most space. In addition, the Enyaq offers the typical loving Skoda details.

Dimensions almost like the Kodiaq

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The Enyaq is a little shorter than a Kodiaq, but looks stockier due to the large rims and short overhangs.


The Enyaq looks like a typical Skoda and is very different. The front grill design and the LED lights (optional matrix LED) cite the new Octavia, with dimensions of 4.65 meters in length and 1.88 meters in width, the E-SUV drives between Karoq and Kodiaq. They are typical of an electric car long wheelbase of almost 2.8 meters and the extremely short overhangs. A The highlight is the grill: A glass cover reveals 19 vertical struts and a cross strut, which are illuminated by a total of 130 LEDs. If you want this feature, you have to use one of the larger engines and then pay a surcharge – this grill is only available in the “Founders Edition” series. The rear is characterized by two-part lights in a 3D design, with a large Skoda lettering in between. Practical: the rear window is comparatively steep, which contributes to a usable trunk. Later Skoda will push a coupé-like version with a sloping roof.

Length: 4.65 m
Width: 1.88 m
Height: 1.62 m
Wheelbase: 2.77 m
Trunk volume: 585 – 1710 l

Interior / Connectivity: Head-up display with augmented reality

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13-inch touchscreen with MIB3 infotainment: the cockpit looks very airy and does not pose any puzzles.

During the first seat test, it is particularly noticeable that how spacious the Skoda SUV is. Especially in the second row, thanks to the pronounced leg and headroom, even tall people can comfortably fit. Like the exterior, the cockpit is basically a familiar sight, peppered with special details. We know the arrangement of the infotainment screen and layered dashboard as well as the optional two-spoke steering wheel from the Octavia. Sitting behind the wheel a digital cockpit without a bezel. It is with 5.3 inches unusually small and only shows the most necessary information so as not to distract the driver too much. The remaining data is mirrored in the windshield via a head-up display with augmented reality. However, this feature is not standard, which somewhat thwarted the idea of ​​the smallest possible digital cockpit with an outsourced information display.

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Of the central screen is 13 inches diagonal (base: ten inches) anything but small. It is used either by touch, gesture or Voice control (“Laura”) operates the MIB3-based infotainment. Smartphones can be integrated wirelessly, various vehicle data can be called up remotely via an app or functions such as the air conditioning can be controlled. The infotainment is permanently online, which keeps the system up to date. Instead of classic equipment lines, Skoda leads different subject areas and “design selections” one, which should improve the clarity when configuring. The Selections combine different seat covers and decorative strips, color gradations and ambient lighting. New materials such as new wool or polyester made from recycled PET bottles emphasize the green paint of the Enyaq.

Drives: Skoda’s most powerful series RS will be an Enyaq

The drives of the Enyaq iV come from the Group’s modular system and are basically already known. The power fluctuates between 148 PS and 306 PS, the 55 kWh to 82 kWh batteries should enable a range of up to 536 km. The drives at a glance:

Skoda Enyaq iV 50
Power: 148 PS (109 kW)
Battery capacity: 55 kWh
Range according to WLTP: 362 km
Price: from 33,800 euros

Skoda Enyaq iV 60
Power: 180 PS (132 kW)
Battery capacity: 62 kWh
Range according to WLTP: 412 km
Price: from 38,850 euros

Skoda Enyaq iV 80
Power: 204 PS (150 kW)
Battery capacity: 82 kWh
Range according to WLTP: 536 km
Price: from 43,950 euros

Skoda Enyaq iV 80x all-wheel drive
Power: 265 PS (195 kW)
Battery capacity: 82 kWh
Range according to WLTP: approx. 460 km
Price: from 47,000 euros

Skoda Enyaq RS iV all-wheel drive
Power: 306 PS (225 kW)
Battery capacity: 82 kWh
Range according to WLTP: approx. 460 km
Price: not yet known

Driving report: The 2.1 tonnes curb weight can be felt while driving

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This is how the Skoda Enyaq drives


The test car was a Enyaq iV 80 with a large 82 kWh battery and 204 hp. So that the car is properly motorized, Skoda gives for the acceleration of 0 to 100 km / h 8.6 seconds at. The smooth and emphatic acceleration is typical of e-cars; the Enyaq remains remarkably quiet even for an e-car. The recuperation can be adjusted in three stages with the shift paddles on the steering wheel – it works very well. With 20-inchers and the optional adaptive DCC chassis (in the package 900 euros), the Enyaq drives smoothly and harmoniously. the 2.1 tons but are always on board, when you accelerate and brake you feel the weight of the load. Skoda gives one for this 82 kWh version Range of over 500 kilometers what else we will review. The Enyaq 80 can be charged at the household socket, at the wallbox with 11 kW and for an additional charge of 500 euros (!) At the fast charging station with 125 kW. The Enyaq 80 is on the list from 43,950 euros, from which a subsidy of 9,570 euros can be deducted. (Click here for the detailed driving report!)

Market launch / price: From 24,800 euros including environmental bonus

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The illuminated grill is a unique selling point. According to Skoda, adapting to current approval standards was not easy.


At the market launch there is one on 1895 copies limited “Founders Edition”, which is celebrating Skoda’s company anniversary. It gets the illuminated grill, rims in 21 inch, special paint colors with black accents and sportier aprons as standard. Extensive equipment including a badge with a consecutive production number complete the special edition. The prices currently start from 33,800 euros. Including the environmental bonus, the starting price is 24,800 euros. This is a real price announcement in this class. It remains to be seen, of course, what surcharge will be due for the equipment lines.

Technical specifications

Skoda Enyaq 50 iV • L / W / H: 4649 mm / 1879 mm / 1616 mm • Wheelbase: 2765 mm • E-motor • Rear-wheel drive • Power: 109 kW (148 PS) • max. Torque: 220 Nm • Top speed: 160 km / h • 0 to 100 km / h: 11.4 seconds • Range (WLTP): 340 km • Price: from 33,800 euros.

Skoda Enyaq 60 iV • L / W / H: 4649 mm / 1879 mm / 1616 mm • Wheelbase: 2765 mm • E-motor • Rear-wheel drive • Power: 132 kW (180 PS) • max. Torque: 310 Nm • Top speed: 160 km / h • 0 to 100 km / h: 8.7 seconds • Range (WLTP): 390 km • Price: from 38,850 euros.

Skoda Enyaq 80 iV • L / W / H: 4649 mm / 1879 mm / 1616 mm • Wheelbase: 2765 mm • E-motor • Rear-wheel drive • Power: 150 kW (204 PS) • max. Torque: 310 Nm • Top speed: 160 km / h • 0 to 100 km / h: 8.5 seconds • Range (WLTP): 510 km • Price: from 43,950 euros.

Skoda Enyaq 80x iV • L / W / H: 4649 mm / 1879 mm / 1616 mm • Wheelbase: 2765 mm • E-motor • All-wheel drive • Power: 195 kW (265 PS) • max. Torque: 425 Nm • Top speed: 160 km / h • 0 to 100 km / h: 6.9 seconds • Range (WLTP): 460 km. Price: from 47,000 euros.

Skoda Enyaq vRS iV • L / W / H: 4649 mm / 1879 mm / 1616 mm • Wheelbase: 2765 mm • E-motor • All-wheel drive • Power: 225 kW (306 PS) • max. Torque: 460 Nm • Top speed: 180 km / h • 0 to 100 km / h: 6.2 seconds • Range (WLTP): 460 km.

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