By the end of this month, Skoda will unveil the Enyaq Coupe iV. Back in September 2020, Skoda had unveiled the Enyaq iV, and we really liked its design. Also, it’s the first car to be built on Volkswagen’s MEB platform and also Skoda’s first all-electric SUV. Of course, we’re going to see plenty of things carried forward from the SUV to Coupe variant.
Firstly, the front grille will be shared between the two and the interior will also be made up of sustainable, recycled materials. It will also feature a 13-inch central touchscreen display and an optional head-up display as well. Plus, Skoda claims that the Coupe will have space for five people and 570 litres of boot space.
But, the highlight here has to be its aerodynamics. It has a drag coefficient of 0.234 cd, which is by far the best in its segment. Moving to the exteriors, it even gets a standard panoramic sunroof and has 131 LEDs that illuminate the Skoda’s grille. If you’re looking to kit it out further, then you can add the optional full-LED Matrix lights.
The Enyaq Coupe iV has two battery sizes and three power types with rear- or all-wheel drive. If you equip it with a bigger battery, then you’re likely to get 535 km of range (WLTP cycle). Whether Skoda produces a vRS variant for the Enyaq Coupe iV or not, we’ll have to wait a little longer.