Skoda Enyaq iV is coming to India as Skoda’s first electric car! Enyaq iV is a crossover vehicle spied on for testing in India.
The variant seen in India was the top end 80X trim, which will probably be at the top in the high segment of the Indian EV market.
The Enyaq iV is now famous in the international market and is a low-slung SUV with a luxurious interior and smart driver support. Skoda India is silent on the matter for the time being.
The Enyaq iV comes in multiple trims but is a high-quality 80X variant tested in India, inferior to the sporty vRS variant.
This variant has a 77kWh battery globally, a claimed 460km range, an all-wheel-drive powertrain, and 265PS power output.
The VRS variant has similar features, but it produces 305PS of power. The “80” variant has a maximum range of 510km, but it only comes with a rear-wheel-drive layout and a power output of less than 204PS.
Skoda Enyaq iV Electric Vehicle Found in India
In addition to the healthier range, the Enyaq iV has 125kWh fast charging that can charge 5 to 80 percent of the battery in 38 minutes.
The Skoda Enyaq iV comes with many smart interior accessories, including a 13-inch touchscreen display, digital instrument cluster (of course), ambient lighting, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and sleek furnishings.
Rumor has it that the Skoda Enyaq iV will occupy the recently launched EV6 and Hyundai Ionic EV, offering premium EV space.
So, Skoda could bring Enyaq-iV to India as CBU, limiting the initial units to 2,500 vehicles. The EV will be announced at Auto Expo 2023 early next year, with the first delivery starting in early March.
The MEB platform will also be seen in Mahindra’s upcoming sister electric car, which could be a few SUVs.