In addition to the standard Enyaq Coupe iV, Skoda has presented its first all-electric vRS model. The popular Enyaq Coupe iV vRS will compete with sister brand Volkswagen’s all-electric ID.5 GTX coupe SUV and the Kia EV6 when it goes on sale later this year. We now have confirmation that a standard Enyaq vRS with Enyaq’s conventional SUV body style is in the pipeline. Skoda follows its new Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car, the brand’s first all-electric performance Model – with a vRS version of the regular Enyaq iV SUV, the brand has confirmed.
Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car
Speaking on the release of the Enyaq Coupe and Coupe vRS, Skoda’s CEO Thomas Schafer showed that the auto is coming while requested if we’ll see a vRS model of the usual SUV model. “Yeah, absolutely. I suppose we’re beginning approximately the second half of the year for this variant. It seems fantastic”, he said.
Schafer didn’t confirm more details, but it’s very likely the next Enyaq iV vRS will use the hot coupe SUV’s powertrain, which includes a 77kWh (usable) battery that drives a pair of one-on-one electric motors. rear axle as with all MEB-based cars, and one at the front for all-wheel drive for a total of 295 hp and 460 Nm of torque.
With the Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car vRS, this is enough for a 100 km/h time of 6.5 seconds, although this could be a little slower with the slightly thicker, less aerodynamic SUV variant.
It is likely that VRS SUV contains similar chassis settings as the coupe also contains a sports chassis pack, which reduces the height of the vehicle trip by 15 mm on the front and 10 mm on the back, as well as the direction from the variable direction
The VRS SUV will likely feature similar chassis configurations to the coupe, which also includes a sports chassis package that lowers the car’s ride height by 15mm at the front and 10mm at the rear, as well as variable addressing.
A full start date was not confirmed, but wait until the Enyaq VRS SUV breaks in the second half of 2022 to undermine prices for the prices, probably undermining the Enyaq Coupe IV-VRS, which is expected to start from around 50,000 pounds.
Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car Specification
|Acceleration 0 – 62 mph
|Electric Range (Expected)
|150 kW (201 hp)
Battery and Charging
|Right Side – Rear
|11 kW AC
|Charge Time (0->280 mi)
Dimensions and Weight
|Width with mirrors
Battery Capacity Range and Performance
Unlike the normal ENYAQ coupe, the VRS coupe is only available with the largest 82 kWh battery of Skoda, which sends power to a pair of electric motors to assemble on each axis of the transmission capacity to load a total of 295 php.
The extra power on offer means the vRS’s range is down compared to the standard rear-wheel drive Enyaq coupe, although it should still be able to cover over 300 more miles on a full charge than the standard Enyaq SUV due to greater aerodynamics can create the coupe. shape and lower curb weight.
With the maximum load capacity of 135 kW, VRS can be exceeded in 29 minutes from 10 to 80 percent while being charged at home takes between six to eight hours, depending on the wall box energy output.
Based on the MEB platform, the Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car vRS chassis is 15mm lower at the front and 10mm lower at the rear than the regular Enyaq coupe, while Skoda’s progressive variable-ratio steering is also standard. AC charging up to 11 kW is possible.
Design and Exterior
As with any vRS variant, Skoda’s design department revamped the styling of the sporty Enyaq Coupe to reflect its positioning as a halo model. The vRS features more black detailing, along with a red reflective stripe lower on the rear bumper. at the front also has Skoda’s Crystal Face grille, illuminated by 131 LEDs, which sits above a deeper, redesigned front apron. Full array LED lights are fitted as standard.
The bespoke vRS badging on the vehicle’s front wings sets it apart from its standard Enyaq coupe siblings, while the vRS comes standard with 20-inch aero wheels, with 21-inch alloy wheels available as an option. The Hyper Green paint color on this car is also bespoke for the vRS.
Interior and Boot Space and Connectivity
Inside, they feature sporty bucket seats with embroidered vRS logos, while this top of the Enyaq coupe range also gets its own interior selection package dubbed the ‘vRS Suite’. This adds perforated black leather upholstery with gray piping and contrast stitching. Aluminum pedal covers are also standard in the cabin of the vRS model.
There’s a 5.3-inch digital dashboard display, as well as a central 13-inch touchscreen, carried over from other spots in the Enyaq range, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity as standard.
Three-zone climate control, keyless operation, and a heated two-spoke leather steering wheel are included, while the vRS offers the option of heated front and rear seats and the Skoda Seat Comfort Package with a massage function.
The over-the-air software update capability will also allow the car’s infotainment system to be upgraded in the future, and Skoda is already planning options that can be activated through the infotainment system. From the second half of the year, this will include additional colors for the ambient lighting, the adaptive cruise control, and the light assistant.
There is also a MySkoda app that can be used to schedule charging or to pre-condition the car’s air conditioning before driving.
While the Enyaq Coupé’s roofline is lower than that of the standard car, Skoda claims rear headroom is comparable to that of an Octavia Estate, while the vRS’s boot is 570 liters. Hands-free virtual pedal system.
Variants of the VRS Model
Skoda has presented the electric coupe Enyaq iV. The car is being billed as the brand’s second all-electric offering. The range will also include a sporty RS variant and the new coupe will be available in four performance levels.
The new Enyaq iV Coupe has a sporty front apron as well as side skirts painted in the body color and light-alloy wheels in sizes between 19 and 21 inches. From the B-pillar, the roofline slopes gently backward and merges into the tailgate with a sharp spoiler lip. The lines of the vehicle are additionally emphasized by the dark-tinted glass roof, which is standard on the Coupé. It is the largest sunroof in the ŠKODA range, enclosing the entire roof and seamlessly merging into the rear window. It is thinner than the full roof. roof and offers plenty of headroom for the car occupants.
As with the Enyaq IV, the coupe is available with the optional glass surface in which the vertical ribs of the surprising Škoda grid of 131 LEDs are illuminated, while a horizontal light strip is rounding the impressive appearance of the car.
The most powerful version is the RS iV, which thanks to two engines and all-wheel drive can generate a maximum output of 295 hp and 460 Nm of torque, which rivals the Volkswagen flagship EV ID.5 GTX. It accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in just 6.5 seconds and has a top speed of 180 km/h.
Skoda Enyaq Price Estimated
Prices are yet to be confirmed, but you’ll have to pay more than the £34,850 the regular Enyaq costs, not least because the coupe isn’t available with its sibling’s smaller battery option (for Begin with, at least).
The “sensitive” and “stylish” words usually sit as pleasant as Meghan Markle and Piers Morgan, but one of the goals of Skoda Enyaq Coupe IV was to show that it does not have to be like that. The latest addition to the burgeoning lineup of coupe SUVs and electric cars, it swaps the standard Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Electric Car angular rear end for a much more downward-curved roof and a panoramic glass sunroof as standard.