Breaking news: here is finally the all-new Skoda Enyaq iV!
Leak a few hours before the official reveal
Skoda's new electric SUV, the Enyaq iV, has just leaked onto the web a few hours early. Based on the Volkswagen Group's MEB platform, the Enyaq iV will use the same chassis as the Volkswagen ID.3 and Cupra El Born. First impressions confirm the Czech manufacturer's decision to move upmarket.
The front end of the vehicle is characterized by a fake grille with backlighting that follows the pattern of the brand's other models. The headlights, which will be able to adopt Matrix LED technology, have a design that is perfectly consistent with the rest of the Skoda family. The bonnet is ribbed for greater dynamism.
The profile of the Enyaq iV has particularly taut lines giving more character and relief. The rear section is fitted with angular lights and Skoda lettering in the centre of the tailgate. The interior is an excellent surprise and even appears surprisingly upscale compared to that of the Volkswagen ID.3.
There's a huge 13-inch touch screen and a small digital instrument cluster facing the driver. The design of the dashboard is very sleek and refined. The Skoda Enyaq iV should offer 45 kWh (about 330 km/205 mi range), 58 kWh (about 400 km/250 mi range) and 77 kWh (about 500 km/310 mi range) batteries.