Everyone is talking about e-mobility. After all, fully electric cars produce no CO2, offer greater driving comfort and impress when it comes to acceleration. It is hardly surprising that more and more company car drivers are interested in battery-driven vehicles.
Especially if the vehicle in question is the new ŠKODA ENYAQ iV 80x (power consumption in kWh/100 km: combined 16.1; CO2 emissions in g/km: 0; efficiency class: A+). The electric SUV not only offers the benefits mentioned above – it has two motors too.
In addition to the electric motor on the rear axle, a second electric unit is used on the front axle. As a result, the ENYAQ iV 80x allows frequent drivers to take advantage of high-torque four-wheel drive:
- System torque: 425 Nm (via all four wheels)
- System power: 195 kW (265 PS)1)
- Acceleration: 6.9 seconds (0 - 100 km/h)
- Maximum speed: 160 km/h (electronically limited)
- Battery capacity: 82 kWh (net battery capacity 77 kWh)
- Maximum range: Up to 496 kilometres (WLTP)2)
Attractive specification package – as standard!
The e-SUV’s performance is not the only thing that impresses: the ENYAQ iV 80x is a sight to behold too. After all, a confident appearance can be the key to business success.
It features powerful LED headlights and tail light clusters as standard, along with 19 inch alloy wheels, driving profile selection and a heated steering wheel including multi-function buttons. The ENYAQ iV 80x also comes with a Climatronic dual-zone air conditioning system, front and rear parking sensors, a rear view camera system and numerous assist systems, for example:
- Front radar assistant with pedestrian and cyclist monitoring and a city emergency braking system
- Traffic sign recognition
- Lane assist system
- Cruise control system
- Speed limiter
Sportline X four-wheel drive
Those who like things a little sportier will enjoy the dynamic SPORTLINE version of the ENYAQ iV 80x: Striking black details on the bumpers, radiator grille, roof railing, window trims and exterior mirrors make a powerful statement.
The sports suspension and the vehicle’s low centre of gravity also ensure particularly agile handling. The sportiness can be seen and felt inside too: The driver and passenger sit on black sports seats with integrated head restraints. Thanks to the grey decorative seams, the high-quality leather/fabric/microfibre upholstery not only looks good but feels good too.
For details of the prices of the new electric SUV, ask the major customer advisor at your ŠKODA dealer.
Optional equipment. Vehicle shown may deviate from the actual series product.
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1)Maximum electric power 195 kW: In accordance with UN-GTR.21, the maximum power which is available for up to 30 seconds. The power available in individual driving situations depends on variable factors such as the outside temperature or the temperature, charge status, condition and physical ageing of the high-voltage battery. The availability of the maximum power requires in particular a high-voltage battery temperature of between 23 and 50 °C and a charge level > 88%. As a result of deviations in the above parameters, power can be reduced or the maximum power may not be available. To a certain extent, the battery temperature can be indirectly influenced by the stationary air conditioning function and the charge level can be set in the vehicle. The power currently available is shown on the vehicle’s power display. In order to preserve the useful capacity of the high-voltage battery in the best way possible, a battery charging target of 80% is recommended for daily use (this can be changed to 100% prior to long journeys, for example).
2)Range determined on the chassis dynamometer according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) in the most range efficient equipment variants for the models mentioned. The actual WLTP range figures can vary depending on the vehicle's equipment. In practice, the actual range also varies depending on driving style, speed, use of comfort/ancillary features, ambient temperature, number of passengers/loading and topography.
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