Enyaq iV 60From £33,450
The entry-level ENYAQ iV comes with a generous equipment list that includes:
- 19-inch Proteus alloy wheels
- 13-inch infotainment system
- Road sign recognition and Front Assist
Enyaq iV 80From £38,950
Customers choosing the 82kWh battery pack benefit from an increased standard specification that includes:
- Chrome detailing
- Front parking sensors and a rear-view camera
- Heated two-spoke leather steering wheel
Enyaq iV 80 Founders EditionFrom £49,995
In addition to the standard 60 and 80 launch models, the ENYAQ iV range will include a range-topping 80 Founders Edition. The trim features:
- 21” Aquarius alloy wheels
- Illuminated front grille with LED Crystal face
- Black leather interior design pack
Head of Interior Design
The new “digital arrangement” of the interior allows for simple, minimalist lines that enhance the sense of space. At the same time, the new interior puts the emphasis on modern combinations of materials that help create a pleasant atmosphere inside the ŠKODA SUV. And what’s more, it will be easier than ever before for customers to adapt the interior to suit their taste. "Instead of the usual equipment lines and numerous additional options, we are offering our new Design Selections in the ENYAQ iV for the first time. These are reminiscent of modern living environments, featuring perfectly coordinating colours and materials,“ is how Norbert Weber describes the concept.
In addition, the choice of materials in the ENYAQ iV represent a sustainability milestone. The seat covers, for example, can be made from a combination of 40 % wool and 60 % fibres made from recycled plastic bottles. And the cognac-coloured leather upholstery gets its shade from an extract of olive-tree leaves.
The ENYAQ iV is a ground-breaking car for Czech carmaker ŠKODA. The brand’s first car built on the MEB platform comes with lots of changes and a new interior concept. Norbert Weber, head of interior design at ŠKODA, has already revealed what innovations we can expect to find inside the car.
The interior of the first electric ŠKODA built on the MEB platform is based on a brand new philosophy. It was designed so that the car’s occupants feel at home in it and enjoy spending time there. The technical development that makes this change possible is the MEB platform with a flat floor and a long wheelbase that allows for a more airy and practical arrangement of the interior.
MEB also brings new digital features that are used to control the car and communicate between driver and passengers. The key new features include the thirteen-inch dashboard display and an innovative head-up display with augmented reality functions.