Skoda will reveal the long-promised coupé model of its Enyaq iV electrical SUV on 31 January.
Skoda claims a drag coefficient of 0.234 for its new coupé-SUV, which is alleged to be the most effective in its class and makes the brand new mannequin “notably environment friendly to drive”.
The Enyaq Coupé is more likely to be accessible with the identical batteries as the usual automotive, and the improved aero may see the utmost vary raised barely over 333 miles from the most important, 77kWh battery pack. A smaller-capacity 58kWh battery is anticipated to internet a variety of round 260 miles.
Skoda has but to substantiate whether or not it’ll provide the identical number of powertrain layouts within the coupé model. The usual Enyaq might be had with both a 177bhp or 201bhp rear-mounted motor, or with a motor on every axle for a mixed output of 262bhp.
The agency has but to disclose the 296bhp Enyaq vRS – which will probably be intently associated to the Volkswagen ID 4 GTX – however may make the trim accessible first on the Enyaq Coupé.
Other than the altered silhouette, the Enyaq Coupé will probably be equivalent to the straight-backed SUV, inside and outside. A preview video reveals it’ll share its light-up entrance grille with the present automotive, and the inside – “impressed by fashionable residing environments” – will probably be completed with an analogous emphasis on sustainability.
Skoda has but to trace at how a lot the Enyaq Coupé will price, however its style-led billing will most likely incur a slight premium over the usual automotive, which begins at £34,850.