Skoda reveals Enyaq iV in design sketches
Skoda reveals the first ever fully electric Skoda Enyaq iV in design sketches ahead of its global debut. This electric crossover will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform and is all set to make its debut on 1st September .
The Czech brand’s exterior design boss, Karl Neuhold, claims the Enyaq iV features proportions that “differ from those of our previous SUV models,” and that the car’s shorter front end and longer roofline “creates a very dynamic look and transforms it into a proverbial space shuttle”.
Neuhold claims the MEB platform and the lack of a combustion engine, allows for short front and rear overhangs. The body is “more elongated and extremely aerodynamic”, with a drag coefficient of just 0.27.
We can see the distinctive upright stance of the Kodiaq and Karoq have given way to a more aggressively sloping roofline and larger wheels. The relatively longer wheelbase also means that the wheels have been pushed out further. New eye catching features as seen through the sketches are full-width LED DRL that splits the grille in half, slimmer taillamps as well. For more updates on ENYAQ iV stay tuned.