- Fast charging now standard with 100 kW, prices mostly around 800 euros higher
- Picture gallery: Skoda Enyaq iV (2021)
Fast charging now standard with 100 kW, prices mostly around 800 euros higher
So far, the Skoda Enyaq has been available from 33,800 euros; there was the Enyaq 50 with 109 kW. However, according to the Skoda configurator, the basic model now costs 34,600 euros. The other prices for the electric SUV have also apparently increased.
On the positive side, the maximum charging power has also been increased, as reported by Electrive.net.
According to the configurator, the prices of the three RWD versions of the Enyaq increased by 800 euros each. The price of the all-wheel drive variant 80x remained constant. It remains uncertain what the announced RS version with 225 kW will cost:
|Enyaq 50 iV||Enyaq 60 iV||Enyaq 80 iV||Enyaq 80x iV||Enyaq RS iV|
|drive||Rear wheel drive||Rear wheel drive||Rear wheel drive||all wheel drive||all wheel drive|
|power||109 kW||132 kW||150 kW||195 kW||225 kW|
|Torque||220 Nm||310 Nm||310 Nm||425 Nm||460 Nm|
|0-100 km / h||11.3 sec.||8.8 sec.||8.7 sec.||6.9 sec.||6.2 sec.|
|top||160 km / h||160 km / h||160 km / h||160 km / h||180 km / h|
|Net battery||52 kWh||58 kWh||77 kWh||77 kWh||77 kWh|
|Range (WLTP)||362 km||411 km||541 km||496 km||approx. 460 km|
|DC charging so far||50 kW||50 kW,
optional 100 kW
optional 125 kW
|n / a.||n / a.|
|DC charging now||100 kW||100 kW||125 kW||125 kW||n / a.|
|Price so far||33,800 euros||38,850 euros||43,950 euros||47,000 euros||n / a.|
|Price now||34,600 euros||39,650 euros||44,750 euros||47,000 euros||n / a.|
Some sprint values and ranges also changed slightly. The standard maximum charging power for direct current, on the other hand, increases from 50 to 100 kW, with the Enyaq 80 and 80x (which have the large 77 kWh battery) even to 125 kW. The maximum charging capacities can be found in the configurator, but you have to configure the models completely; the value is then under "standard equipment".
The higher charging power significantly shortens the charging time: for the Enyaq 60 from 55 to 35 minutes, for the Enyaq 80 from 1h10 (with 50 kW) to 38 minutes (with 125 kW). This can be seen from the comparison table in the Skoda configurator.
Also positive: the heat pump now costs 990 euros instead of the previous 1,150 euros. The only color on the Enyaq that does not require a surcharge is a blue (albeit a pretty nice one).
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Picture gallery: Skoda Enyaq iV (2021)
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