Skoda teases Enyaq iV Coupe ahead of reveal
Skoda has revealed some sketches of the Enyaq iV coupe. Set to offer a sleeker look than the standard SUV, it’s set to be revealed on January 31.
Here’s what we know so far.
Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe fast facts
- Sleeker coupe version set for full reveal later this month
- Sloping roofline gives it a much sportier look
- More aerodynamic than the SUV
- Could be a keenly priced VW ID.5 and Tesla Model Y alternative
The sketches make it clear from the off that this is a much sleeker model than the more boxy SUV, with a sloping roofline and sharper lines present towards the back of the car.
From the front, the bumper has been changed too, as have the grilles. The headlights look pretty much identical to the existing SUV though, while the sketch showcases large diamond-cut alloy wheels.
We’ll have to wait and see how much of this makes it onto the production car, but the Enyaq coupe iV is set to be more aerodynamically efficient.
On the inside, expect it to look pretty much identical to the current Enyaq. That means a large 13in infotainment screen and a vivid digital driver display.
The same variety of drivetrains are set to be offered, meaing the range starts with the iV60 model. Its 58kWh battery produces 177hp and is rear-wheel drive only.
The iV80 is the next step up, which uses a slightly larger battery to offer around 200hp. It also gets an impressive range of up to 340 miles. The all-wheel drive iV80x gets an extra motor and ups power to 260hp, although range will be reduced by around 30 miles compared to the iV80.
We’ll have to wait until the car is revealed in full to learn more about its pricing, specs and trim levels. But it shouldn’t differ too much from the standard SUV. If you can’t wait for the coupe, check out Enyaq SUV lease deals now by hitting the button below.