The Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV is the Company's Second all-Electric Vehicle.

Following the debut of the Enyaq SUV last year, Skoda has announced the new Enyaq Coupe iV as its second all-electric model globally. The Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV, which will go on sale in international markets later this year, is essentially a sportier version of the existing Enyaq SUV and is built on the same Volkswagen Group MEB platform.

What Sets the Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Apart from its SUV Sibling?

The Enyaq Coupe iV is 4mm longer and 6mm taller than its SUV sibling, but the key design difference is the B-more pillar's sharply sloped roofline. Although this decreases boot space from 585 to 570 liters, it contributes to a lower drag coefficient of 0.234, which, together with the coupe's smaller weight, extends the EV's range slightly. The rest of the automobile resembles the normal Enyaq SUV in appearance.

Although the interior of the Enyaq Coupe is similar to that of the SUV, with the same 13.0-inch touchscreen and 5.3-inch digital cockpit, Skoda has added a few specific design touches as well as two ' designs selections.' Phoenix Orange and Graphite Grey are two coupe-specific paint colors available as an option.