The new Skoda Enyaq iV model's lineup has been expanded with new and unique changes.
The Skoda Enyaq iV electric SUV with all-wheel drive is already available in Europe and can be found at vehicle showrooms. The novelty has begun to be marketed on the European market, and its portfolio now comprises fresh and fascinating combinations.
The Czech company's objective is to establish the Enyaq iV model as one of the top electric cars in its class. Customers interested in the new Skoda Enyaq iV 80x will have a choice between two trim levels. The electric SUV's look became more athletic and dynamic as a result of its performance.
Remote access, an interactive infotainment system, numerous airbags, remote central locking, and keyless entry are standard features. In addition, a fatigue detector, 20-inch alloy wheels, and a sports multifunction steering wheel are all standard on the Sportline.
An all-electric powertrain with two motors lies at the heart of the Skoda Enyaq iV 80x. One is located on the front axle, while the other is located on the back axle. The overall output is 265 horsepower.
Skoda has collaborated with the Technical University of Liberec to create two ecologically friendly and long-lasting materials for automobile interiors. In the example of the Skoda Octavia, the carmaker demonstrated how interior trim made of ecologically friendly materials might appear. The sugar beet pulp-based substance is appropriate for ornamental inserts in the dashboard and door frames. Their hue, however, may be altered using a specific staining technique. Raw materials for this are obtained from agricultural companies in the town of Dobrovice, which is not far from the main vehicle manufacturing and headquarters in Mlada Boleslav. Skoda has registered for a patent for novel trim materials, which it intends to utilize in future models.