The Skoda Enyaq iV teasing marketing campaign continues with the Czech automaker previewing the headlamps of the zero-emission SUV.
Featuring the state-of-the-art LED matrix expertise, the entrance lighting models have integrated LED DRLs and a pointy styling that’s echoed by the taillamps.
“The design of the Enyaq iV’s lights is alluring and friendly”, Petr Nevrela, chief of exterior lighting design at Skoda, mentioned. “The precise lines, geometric arrangement and especially shining glass surfaces will charm the eye, and new details become apparent from every different angle of observation and under changing light conditions.”
Skoda has dubbed this method the ‘Crystal Lighting’, and so they have embedded it within the entrance and rear lighting models.
The newest teaser photographs present a clearer look into different elements as nicely, such because the grille with a chrome encompass, sharp styling of the bumper and aggressive strains on the hood, in addition to the ‘Skoda’ lettering in the course of the tailgate.
Inside, it should characteristic a multi-layer dashboard with a big 13-inch infotainment system, digital instrument cluster and head-up show with augmented actuality. The ambiance might be enhanced by the ambient lighting and the Enyaq iV ought to be fairly spacious, contemplating that it’s going to have a flat ground.
Underpinned by the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform, which is designed particularly for EVs, the Enyaq iV, which might be unveiled on September 1, might be obtainable with three battery sizes, rear- and all-wheel drive and 5 energy ranges, with outputs starting from 146 HP to 302 HP. The lengthy vary variant may have a 310-mile (500 km) autonomy and the bottom grade will be capable of journey for 211 miles (340 km) on a single cost.