Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Front
The camouflage design consists of randomly placed letters of the car’s name

Skoda is working on the Enyaq Coupe iV buoyed by the demand (roughly 70,000 orders) the Enyaq iV has enjoyed

Skoda has released official images of the Enyaq Coupe iV undergoing testing, possibly because it was irked by the prevalence of low resolution images of the electric vehicle (EV) doing rounds on the web.

To be introduced in early 2022, the Enyaq Coupe iV naturally gets a sloping roofline and a better drag coefficient (cd) of 0.247 than the regular Enyaq iV variant.

Measuring 4653 mm long , 1879 mm wide, up to 1622 mm tall and with a wheelbase of up to 2765 mm, the coupé is 4 mm longer than the Enyaq iV and 1 mm taller.

Side Profile
The all-wheel-drive model has a 80 kW (107 HP) electric motor on the front axle

Riding on alloys wheels (19 to 21 inches) the EV can be equipped with full-LED Matrix headlights and full-LED rear lights, along with the the ‘Crystal Face’.

Inside, the ‘Design Selections’ (Loft, Lodge, ecoSuite) continue and the EV comes with features such as a 13-inch touchscreen, 5.3-inch digital instrument display, panoramic glass roof, ambient lighting, dual zone climate control, keyless go, navigation, driver-assistance systems and more.

Skoda will offer the in a total of 3 variants – 60, 80 (both with rear-wheel drive), and 80x (all-wheel-drive). While the 60 grade gets a 62 kWh battery, the other 2 come with a 82 kWh battery.

Powered by a 132 kW (177 BHP) electric motor, the Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV 60 has 310 Nm of torque and it can do the 0-100 km/hr run in 8.8 seconds.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV Rear
It can seat up to 5 people and has a 570-litre boot

The Enyaq Coupe iV 80 has a 150 kW (201 BHP) motor and the same torque figure as the 60 variant, but is hits 100 km/hr from nought 0.1 second faster.

Of course, it is the 80x with a 195 kW (261 BHP) electric motor that puts out 425 Nm which is the fastest of the lot. It can complete the 0-100 km/hr sprint in 7 seconds and should also offer plentiful grip.

All grades come with a single speed gearbox and the maximum speed of them all is 160 km/hr. While the speed of the EV is conservative, its weight is not, for it weighs between 2001 kg and 2361 kg.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe iV
Using a 11 kW AC wall box charger, the EV can be charged in 6-8 hours

Skoda says the car consumes anywhere between 14.1-15.7 kWh/100 km and the maximum range even with the larger battery (the 80 variant) is 535 km. Fast-charging feature (up to 125 kW) comes as standard.