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Skoda expands Enyaq line-up with new Coupé

7 Skoda Enyaq

Skoda is introducing a new coupe version of its electric Enyaq model, along with a vRS variant.

The Enyaq Coupé is offered exclusively with an 82kWh battery, offering a WLTP range of up to 335 miles.

A single motor, rear-wheel-drive, ‘80’ version with 204PS kicks off the range, while the sportier vRS uses a twin-motor all-wheel-drive setup, offering 299PS.

Skoda says the coupe body improves aerodynamics, when compared to a regular Enyaq model, helping to boost range. While the roofline slopes towards the rear from the B-pillar, the Enyaq Coupé still offers generous space in the rear and a boot capacity of 570 litres.

The car’s lowered roofline is combined with sporty styling accents at the front and rear, along with alloy wheels of up to 21-inches in diameter, to give a sleek and distinctive appearance.

The vRS model, which is the first all-electric member of the vRS family from Skoda, stands out with an illuminated grille and horizontal light strip at the front. It also has a top speed of 111 mph – 12 mph more than any other Enyaq model.

All versions have a fast‑charging capacity of up to 135kW. This means that the battery can be charged from 10% to 80% in 29 minutes (36 mins for vRS). An optional heat pump for heating and air conditioning the interior can provide greater efficiency and a longer range.

The infotainment system in the new Enyaq Coupé features a 5.3-inch Digital Cockpit, the largest central display in the current Skoda portfolio – measuring 13 inches – and the latest ME3 software version. A permanent internet connection ensures the systems are always up-to-date, while allowing battery charging or air conditioning to be controlled remotely via the MySkoda app.

UK prices and specification have not been revealed, yet.

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