Skoda Enyaq iV price: you pay this extra for a Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline

To show how times have changed: in the early nineties you could buy a large sports coupé with a V12 engine, the BMW 850i, at BMW for 112,000 euros. The top model of the BMW model range had the latest technology on board, but rolled on miniscule 16-inch alloy wheels. They were coasters. Especially compared to the (optional) 21-inch wheels under this Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline.

Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline with black exterior details

The enormous ‘pattas’ suit him well. Although as a driver you are constantly afraid that you will smash the rim edges against a sidewalk. Do you want a size smaller? The Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline comes with polished 20-inch wheels as standard. Other sporty details are the radiator grille, painted in high-gloss black, window frames, roof rails, diffuser and model name. LED Matrix headlights are standard.

Electric Skoda Enyaq with 62 or 80 kWh battery

The Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline is available with a 62 kWh battery (180 hp, range of 400 kilometers) or an 80 kWh battery (204 hp, 520 kilometers). Both have rear-wheel drive. A 4WD variant with 265 hp and a range of 500 kilometers will also be available from the Skoda Enyaq iV 80 later this year. All Sportline versions have a sports suspension lowered by 15 millimeters (front) and 10 millimeters (rear).

Black leatherette and a carbon-look dashboard

As befits a sporty-looking model, the interior of the Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline is predominantly black. The dashboard is covered with black leatherette and finished with carbon-look details. New are the sports seats with integrated headrests, a three-spoke sports steering wheel and the Sportline logos here and there.

Can be ordered immediately for 4100 euros more

The Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline can be ordered immediately. For the version with 62 kWh battery (from 4,780 euros), the additional cost is 4,700 euros. If you opt for the Enyaq iV with an 80 kWh battery, you will lose 4100 euros extra for a Sportline. You pay 790 euros more for the aforementioned 21-inch Betria wheels.

You can drive the electric Skoda Enyaq iV for a fixed low monthly fee via Skoda Private Lease.

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