Skoda ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS, price, equipment and options

Skoda ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS, price, equipment and options


The first fully electric Škoda to bear the famous vRS badge and which the brand has baptized with the name ENYAQ Coupe iV vRS It already has UK prices.

The truth is that the brand had already warned us that this would be the most expensive model of the manufacturer and now we have learned that the ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS will be available for orders from February 17 with prices that start from the 51,885 pounds, about 61,658 euros at the current exchange rate.

In the UK at least, the ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS will feature 20-inch black Taurus wheels as standard and 21-inch Vision wheels with an anthracite finish available as an option. Both feature aerodynamically optimized plastic Aero trims. Matix LED headlights and Crystal Face complete the vRS model’s exterior styling package.

ENYAQ Coupe iV vRS

Inside, the ENYAQ Coupe iV vRS features specific design elements. In addition to black perforated leather sport seats (heated) with integrated headrests, gray stitching and contrast stitching, the vRS features a leather multifunction sport steering wheel with vRS badging. The dashboard is upholstered in a leather-look material that matches the seats and is finished with contrast stitching. The standard equipment includes inserts that imitate carbon fiber and aluminum pedals, as well as LED ambient lighting and a trunk with motorized opening and virtual pedal.

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In terms of performance, battery and autonomy, the ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS is equipped with a 82kWh battery (77kWh net). The vRS is equipped with two engines, one on each axle, producing a combined power of 300 hp. The maximum torque is rated at 460 Nm and the model is capable of covering the 0 to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds.

ENYAQ Coupe iV vRS interior

The ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS can be DC fast charged at speeds of up to 135 kW via a CCS connector. This means an 80% charge can be achieved in as little as 36 minutes when connected to a 150kW or faster charger. In a standard 7.2 kW household wallbox, a charge from empty to full will take about 13 hours.

The model is fitted as standard with a sports chassis that is 15mm lower at the front and 10mm at the rear. Dynamic steering is also part of the standard equipment.

Source | Skoda

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