In future, Škoda will also be offering the Sportline model variant with sporty looks and dynamic handling for the purely electric Enyaq SUV model - namely for three drive options of the Enyaq iV. The Czech Volkswagen subsidiary has not yet named prices.
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Škoda is now taking orders in Germany for the entry-level 50 variant of the Enyaq iV. The Enyaq iV 50 with a 109 kW engine and 55 kWh battery capacity (gross) can be ordered now from €33,800 - before subsidies. However, it is not just the price that is falling, but also the freedom to choose the equipment.
Škoda will launch a coupe variant of its Enyaq iV electric model later this year, the Czech Volkswagen brand has now announced, as well as calling for one of VW's six battery cell factories to be built in the Czech Republic.
With around 2,400 vehicles, telecommunications group Swisscom maintains one of the largest company fleets in Switzerland - and is now integrating the first 100 purely electric cars into its fleet, choosing the Škoda Enyaq e-SUV.
Škoda has started deliveries of its Enyaq iV electric model. The first example went to a family in Norway. After the start of deliveries in the Scandinavian markets, Western and Central Europe are to follow from May and June 2021 - and with it Germany.
The Skoda Enyaq iV can be ordered in Germany with immediate effect with all-wheel drive starting at a list price of 47,000 euros. The Sportline variant of the Enyaq iV 80x can also be ordered with immediate effect at a list price of 50,650 euros.
Norway registered 6,731 new electric passenger cars in July, with e-cars accounting for 64.0 percent of new passenger car registrations last month. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in July was the Ford Mustang Mach-E, with 898 new registrations.
Norway registered 11,811 new electric cars in August, with e-cars accounting for 71.9 percent of new car registrations last month. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in August was the Tesla Model Y, with 1,308 new registrations.
With just a few months to go before it goes on sale, Skoda has revealed more details about the Enyaq iV Coupe, although the SUV coupe of the popular MEB Stromer will only be launched in three of its SUV brother's five powertrain variants.
According to CEO Thomas Schäfer, Skoda is "intensively thinking about an E-Octavia", but he says that the volume model, which has so far been offered as a combustion engine and plug-in hybrid, will not be launched as a pure electric vehicle until after 2025.
Skoda has slightly adjusted the equipment of its MEB SUV Enyaq for the 2022 model year: all versions already have the maximum possible DC charging power ex works. Previously, this had to be ordered separately for an additional charge. In return, the base prices for three of the four versions also increase by 800 euros - the prices of some options have also been adjusted.
VW's Czech subsidiary Skoda has announced a software update for its MEB models in the Enyaq family. Called ME3, it includes range and charging performance improvements like VW's underlying E3.0 update, but it also tweaks some of the criticized displays.
Czech VW brand Skoda is ramping up production of its all-electric Enyaq iV at its main plant in Mladá Boleslav. Production had to be interrupted for a few weeks due to supply bottlenecks for wiring harnesses.
Those who currently order a Skoda Enyaq in Germany will apparently have to wait until 2024 for delivery. According to a media report, the German production quota for the electric model for 2023 is already "effectively sold out".