Skoda has announced the launch of its new performance SUV, the Skoda EnyaQ RS iV. The car is driven by his two motors with a system power of 220 kW.
The new electric vehicle has a range of up to 500 km and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in just 6.5 seconds.
New addition to Škoda’s range: The Czech carmaker’s sporty RS range has been extended to include a second all-electric model, the new ENYAQ RS iV. The SUV, like the ENYAQCOUPÉRS iV, has all-wheel drive and his two electric motors with a system output of 220 kW *. This makes his two RS versions of the ENYAQ iV family the most powerful vehicles in ŠKODA’s portfolio. The ENYAQ iV family is based on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) and ships from the production line of his ŠKODA main plant in Mladá Boleslav. The ENYAQ iV and ENYAQ COUPÉiV are his only MEB models built in Europe outside of Germany. ŠKODAAUTO has announced that his 100,000th car of his ENYAQ iV family will soon leave the production line. This figure includes both the Enyak iV SUV and the Enyak Coupe iV series, including all variants of each, including the sporty RS and SPORTLINE versions. In addition to all-electric models, the carmaker also offers customers his ŠKODAiV ecosystem, which includes wallboxes for convenient charging at home and his POWERPASS, a charging card that can be used across Europe.
For more information on the new Skoda EnyaQ RS iV, visit the Skoda website at the link below.
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