Skoda Enyaq iV enters production | New Release - Car News Dec 2020

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11:56 Wednesday 02 Dec 2020

The all-electric Skoda Enyaq iV SUV has entered production at a factory in the brand’s Czech homeland.

The first Skoda to be based on the Volkswagen Modular Electrification Toolkit platform, and Skoda’s first venture into the all-electric market in its 125-year history, the Enyaq iV comes with either rear or four-wheel drive, an interior incorporating sustainable materials, cutting-edge technology including Head-Up Display with Augmented Reality, and a range of up to 315 miles dependent on battery size.

Skoda expects to produce up to 350 Enyaq iVs per day, and has invested 32 million euros its production facilities in order to achieve this target.

 

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