Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Design Sketch
The car next to the electric vehicle is Skoda’s Monte Carlo (1936–1939)

The Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV retains the original model’s core design

Skoda has released the design sketches of the Enyaq Coupe iV electric car which will be launched soon in Europe.

The coupe version of the Enyaq iV has the same front end as the car that was officially revealed in September 2020. The bonnet, LED headlamps, grille and bumper look identical.

It is the same story up until the ‘B’ pillars post which, the roof slopes gently, transitioning into the tailgate and giving the car the definitive look of a 4-door coupe.

Of course, the side window area has been redesigned, while at the back, the Enyaq Coupe iV has a spoiler, C-shaped light signature, and ‘Skoda’ lettering.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Design
The car will come with LED lights, 13-inch touchscreen, 5.3-inch digital cluster, ADAS, and more

Thanks to its design, Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV has a low drag coefficient (cd) value of 0.247. Interestingly, despite being a coupe model, the electric vehicle (EV) is 1 mm taller (at 1622 mm) than its regular SUV sibling.

When it gets introduced to the European market, the Enyaq Coupe iV will come in 3 variants. The rear-wheel drive Enyaq Coupe iV 60 will have a 62 kWh battery, while the rear-wheel drive 80 and all-wheel drive 80x will feature a 82 kWh pack.

Power and torque figures range between 132 kW (177 BHP) and 310 Nm for the 60 and 195 kW (261 BHP) and 425 Nm for the 80x. The ’80’ grade though has the most range (claimed) with 535 km.