Road tests of the coupe-like version of the Skoda Enyaq electric car have been underway since at least last fall. Until now, our spies have come across prototypes in varying degrees of disguise, but now a snapshot has appeared on the Web, in which the crossover is shown completely without camouflage. However, judging by the quality, it was made for a phone that is far from the latest model.
Nevertheless, it is quite possible to consider the profile with a sloping roof and two-tone 21-inch wheels – the same as they put on the regular Enyaq in Sportline. Apparently, the management of the Czech brand approved the launch of the cross-coupe into the series for a long time, since the Vision iV concept, which debuted in the spring of 2019 in Geneva, had a similar silhouette.
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The name of this version is still not officially disclosed, but it is assumed that, by analogy with the specially developed for China Kamiq GT and Kodiaq GT, it will be called the Enyaq GT. At the same time, unlike its predecessors, the electric model will be sold all over the world.
The power plants and batteries will most likely carry over from the Enyaq iV with its traditional bodywork unchanged. Among other things, you can count on the emergence of a “charged” RS-modification with twin-engine all-wheel drive 306 hp. and 460 Nm.
Most likely, the Enyaq GT will be slightly more expensive than its more practical counterpart. For example, the soplatform Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron, which has already been officially unveiled and will go on sale at the end of this summer, requires a surcharge of 2,000 euros compared to the Q4 e-tron model. To understand, the Skoda electric car, which appeared in showrooms earlier this month, costs from 1,072,900 CZK ($ 51,500) in its home country.
Currently, Volkswagen is also preparing its own analogue of the Skoda Enyaq GT: the German cross-coupe will debut in the second half of this year under the name ID.5.