Skoda Enyaq Coupe now available to lease
Say hello to the Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe – a sleek and stylish electric SUV that’s based on the standard Enyaq iV.
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Skoda Enyaq Coupe fast facts
- Lower and sportier than the standard model
- It’ll offer more range than the existing Enyaq
- A sporty vRS model will be offered
- 13in portrait infotainment system
- Maximum of 339 miles between charges
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Skoda Enyaq Coupe styling
With a swooping rear roof, side on the Enyaq Coupe looks much sportier than the standard SUV model. The tapered rear end helps set it apart and join the ranks of other so-called SUV coupes.
front on, however, it’s immediately obvious that it’s closely related to the standard car. The bumpers have a different profile, but it essentially looks the same.
The Enyaq Coupe also boasts a handful of sporty touches that help mark it out. There’s an aggressive-looking vRS model for starters, while even more basic models benefit from huge 20in alloy wheels as standard.
Skoda Enyaq Coupe interior and tech
In terms of tech and the driving experience, the Enyaq Coupe is largely the same as the SUV. That’s no bad thing; standard equipment includes a huge 13in portrait infotainment touchscreen that’s compatible with smartphone mirroring thanks to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The driver also gets a 5.3in digital display replacing traditional analogue dials, with the screen able to work in sync with the satnav providing a safer way for the driver to track directions.
Space is still impressive, although obviously that sloping rear roofline impedes passenger headroom in the back a little bit. Opt for the vRS model, and you’ll get some nice touches including sportier front seats and vRS-specific trim.
Skoda Enyaq Coupe drivetrains
From launch, the Enyaq Coupe will be available with three different power outputs. However, all models use the same battery pack. The entry-level drivetrain is the iV 80 which produces around 200hp and has a single motor powering the rear axle.
Next up is the iV 80 X, which adds a motor to make it all-wheel drive. The extra power unit also boosts power to 260hp. Specs for these two versions are to be confirmed, but Skoda has let us know details on range: 339 miles is possible.
That’s actually more than the standard SUV, and it’s all thanks to the coupe’s more aerodynamic shape. At the top of the range is the vRS model. This will get from 0-62mph in less than 6.5 seconds thanks to its 300hp and 460Nm of torque.
Skoda Enyaq Coupe leasing plans and release date
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