2021 Skoda Enyaq iV exterior design teaser

2021 Skoda Enyaq iV Exterior Previewed In Official Teaser Images

September 1 will be the day Skoda lifts the veil on its first fully electric SUV, but until then, here are some more teasers to make the wait easier. The Enyaq iV premieres again today, this time through official renderings giving us a pretty good grasp of how the Czech Volkswagen ID.4 looks on the outside.

Typically the alloy rims are unrealistically sized and the door handles are missing. This “Founder’s Edition” badge on the front fender belongs to a special edition capped at 1,895 units to mark the creation of Skoda 125 years ago. The limited edition variant will have a slightly different design than other versions of Enyaq iV and will bundle “special features”.

If you’re curious about the size of the SUV, Skoda has already revealed that it will be 4648 millimeters (183 inches) long, 1877 millimeters (73.9 inches) wide, and 1618 millimeters (63.7 inches) high. As is the case with all Skodas, expect a roomy interior thanks to a 2765 millimeter (108.9 inch) wheelbase. With the rear seats in place, the zero-emission SUV will have a generous cargo volume of 585 liters (20.6 cubic feet).

A previous teaser released at the end of July provided a preview of the interior cabin, and we also have almost all the details regarding the technical specifications. If range is your top priority, you’ll want to go for the rear-wheel drive variant with a single rear-mounted motor and the 82kWh battery with enough juice to cover 500 kilometers between charges.

The Enyaq iV RS will become the most powerful model Skoda has ever designed, featuring a dual engine all-wheel drive setup with 302 hp and 0-62 mph (100 km / h) in 6.2 seconds. Not surprisingly, the range will take a hit, going to 460 kilometers by WLTP. In total, there will be five different power variants and three battery sizes.

The MEB-based Skoda Enyaq iV will be built at his home in Mladá Boleslav from the end of 2020 and is expected to hit the market early next year.

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