It is the first of the Volkswagen group’s electric SUVs to make its debut in its final version. Revealed on September 1, the Skoda Enyaq is ahead of the Volkswagen ID.4, the Cupra Tavascan and the Audi Q4 e-tron.
Cut on speculation
In January, Skoda confirmed to us that the Enyaq would indeed be available in two body styles. One would be classic, the other more distinctive, a sort of SUV coupe like a BMW X4 or Mercedes GLE Coupé.
This second variant was precisely surprised as a prototype by the AutoExpress paparazzi. The substantial camouflage will deceive anyone, but enthusiasts can easily see the Enyaq iV Coupé, especially since the Czech plate leaves little doubt as to the provenance of the model.
We can easily see the front with its large grille and shield cutouts. Ditto at the rear with identical lights. The difference is of course the silhouette with the falling roof, which will result in reduced roof clearance for the rear passengers and a smaller trunk. We finally find the attributes of Vision iV, without the artifices (large rims, absence of mirrors).
This Skoda Enyaq iV Coupé (or X?) Could be unveiled quickly, with marketing going into 2021. It will be a bit more expensive than the “classic” Enyaq iV. At this point, it is not known whether or not it will keep the five versions offered by its big brother.
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