The electric vehicle revolution continues to sweep across India, and Škoda, the popular Czech automobile manufacturer, has decided to make its mark in this dynamic landscape with the highly anticipated Škoda Enyaq iV electric SUV. And recently in an exciting turn of events, the Škoda Enyaq iV was spied parked at a food plaza nestled along the Mumbai Pune Expressway. The images that have ignited curiosity and anticipation were unveiled by 95pistons on their Instagram page. These images provide a glimpse of the upcoming electric SUV, with an absence of any camouflage.
The latest images captured by 95pistons on Instagram showcase the Škoda Enyaq iV in all its glory. The vehicle was parked at a food plaza on the bustling Mumbai Pune Expressway, sparking speculation and excitement among automotive enthusiasts. At first glance, the Škoda Enyaq iV it can be noted that the EV SUV offers an aura of modernity and sophistication and looks very similar to the Skoda Kodiaq SUV. But measuring 4,648mm long and 1,877mm wide, the Enyaq iV is slightly smaller than the Skoda Kodiaq.
Its sleek and sculpted exterior lines hint at aerodynamic efficiency, while the bold front fascia boasts a distinctive Škoda grille that seamlessly integrates with the futuristic LED headlights. The Enyaq iV stands as a testament to Škoda’s commitment to blending aesthetics with practicality, as evidenced by its carefully crafted proportions and dynamic stance.
Venturing inside, the Enyaq iV unveils a world of advanced technology and premium comfort. The spy images offer a glimpse of the interior, which boasts a three-spoke steering wheel—a departure from the two-spoke design seen in existing Škoda models. The centerpiece of the cabin is a commanding free-standing infotainment touchscreen, accentuated by premium materials adorning the door panels, dashboard, and center console. The meticulous attention to detail in the interior design underscores the Enyaq iV’s positioning in the premium electric SUV segment.
Built on Volkswagen’s MEB electric platform, which it shares with the VW ID.4, the Enyaq iV is rumored to sport a 77 kWh battery pack that powers dual electric motors—one for each axle, resulting in an impressive all-wheel-drive configuration. This setup is anticipated to churn out a robust 265 horsepower, translating to a swift 0-100 km/h acceleration time of just 6.9 seconds. Notably, the Enyaq iV’s projected WLTP range of 513 km has piqued the interest of those concerned about electric vehicle range anxiety. Moreover, the car is equipped with a 125 kW DC fast charging mechanism, ensuring that refueling times are minimized.