Skoda, the Czech car manufacturer recently launched the Skoda Rapid Rider Plus in India. The original Rapid Rider took the country by storm and the same may be expected from the new model. Skoda, however, does not want to stop there and was spotted testing its first-ever all-electric SUV, the Skoda Enyaq.  Find in-detail information about Skoda Enyaq official interior.

What are the interiors like?

Skoda Enyaq interiors

The interior look of this car is quite different from other conventional cars.  There is a hint of minimalism in the interiors of the car. Everything looks simple yet sophisticated.  There will be a lack of physical switches and knobs and the centre console will be dominated by a touchscreen. The carmaker has announced that the car will come with a 13-inch central touchscreen, HUD and 585 litres of boot space. 

What about Exterior looks?

Skoda Enyaq

The Skoda Enyaq looks pretty much like any other conventional EV. Both sportiness and futuristic elements have been added to make the car stand out. The Blue body-coloured car which was spotted testing earlier had typical Skoda looks attached to it. Skoda is known for its simple yet sophisticated looks and the Enyaq does not disappoint. Skoda has added SUV styling elements throughout the car to make it practical and eye-catching. 

Engine and Performance

According to reports, Skoda has confirmed that the Enyaq will be offered with engine options similar to other MEB-based cars.  The car will be avaialable in both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive option.  The largest battery unit is speculated to be 125kWh unit with an approximate range of 500km. The main concern of fully electric vehicles are its range and practicality but Skoda provides a compelling answer to the question. Skoda promises this EV to be evolutionary as well as practical. 

Launch in India

Skoda Enyaq rear

No, confirm date of launch has been announced in the global market by the manufacturer as of now. Skoda Enyaq will first launch internationally and then come to India. If brought in India as a CKD unit, it will cost a premium price. Currently Skoda sells Karoq and Kodiaq in the SUV department in India as of now. Also, there are only three pure electric vehicles in India as of now, the Hyundai Kona, Tata Nexon EV and MG ZS EV.


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