SKODA’s new all-electric ENYAQ iV takes the next step in E-Mobility

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SKODA’s new all-electric ENYAQ iV takes the next step in E-Mobility

SKODA’s new all-electric ENYAQ iV takes the next step in E-Mobility

 

SKODA has launched their brand new all-electric SUV, the ENYAQ iV, revealing what Volkswagen’s modular electric car platform has to offer.

 

The modular electric drive matrix (MEB) is a modular electrification toolkit car platform manufactured by Volkswagen and its sub-brands. As MEB is modular it means that it can be shortened, lengthened or modified in many ways making it the ideal base platform for various types of cars, ranging in size from hatchbacks to SUVs. 

 

The MEB is also known as a skateboard platform because the EV battery can be incorporated into the floor to save space and any body type or version can be placed on top of the platform. 

 

The ENYAQ iV will have three battery sizes and five power outputs which will range from 109 kw to 225 kw with a distance range of up to 510 km. The vehicle also comes in rear wheel drive (RWD) and all wheel drive (AWD) that can cater for many different requirements and configurations.  

 

SKODA’s new all-electric ENYAQ

Some of the features on the EV will be the new Travel Assist system with even more functions like remote-control parking and trained parking. It will have some optional extras such as the illuminated Crystal Face that has an animated Coming Home and Leaving Home Function as well as full LED Matrix headlights.

 

The interior of the car has changed as well with an overall better style featuring a cabin sustainably processed and recycled material. It also comes with a sizable 13 inch central screen which is larger than any other SKODA.

 

Another feature of this electric SUV is that it is always online and connected  which can allow battery charging control and air conditioning control via the SKODA Connect app. 

 

There is also the MySKODA power pass which allows the driver to easily and conveniently recharge their vehicles at most charging points in the EU with just a single card. SKODA is also involved in building the Ionity quick-charging network throughout the European Union.

 

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