Thinking of buying a Skoda Enyaq? You might want to wait for the new version the brand is preparing for the market.
If you are a future buyer of a Skoda Enyaq iV/Coupé iV, you might be interested to know that the brand is preparing the launch in Spain of a new, more affordable version, which will be the entry-level version of the model, and will be called ’50’. This new 50 version will join the other five: 60, 80, 80x, Sportline and RS, not forgetting the 85 and 85x versions that are still to come.
This new move follows the recent announcement of two new versions: Laurin & Klement 85 and 85x, which will become part of the range very soon, and which are established in the highest position in terms of features and price of the model. Now Skoda has wanted to promote both extremes and offer the most affordable version of its model so far, the so-called 50, which we are going to tell you about below.
Of course, apart from the price, which we will talk about later based on the markets where this new version is currently available, it is important to make sure that this version meets the needs that each future buyer is looking for. To check this, here are the technical specifications of the most affordable version.
The Skoda Enyaq 50 variant is powered by a 109 kW (148 hp) engine that accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 11.1 seconds. It is powered by a 52 kWh battery, which offers a range of up to 366 kilometres under the WLTP cycle. To make up for its small battery, Skoda offers fast charging of up to 120 kW, offering charges of up to 80% of the battery in just 20-30 minutes.
In terms of equipment, the truth is that it does not have much to envy to its superior variants, as it has standard 19″ wheels, dual zone climate control, 13″ multimedia screen with navigation system, rear camera and parking radar, as well as ADAS emergency braking and lane keeping assistance.
As for the price, for the moment it is not available in Spain and the brand has not released its price, but it does plan to launch the version in our country. Until we know the price for Spain, we can only look at neighbouring countries that do have this version, such as France and Germany, where this entry-level version is priced at 39,990 euros (before subsidies), which in the case of France, is a difference of more than 6,000 euros compared to the 60 variant, which is priced in France at 46,150 euros, compared to the 53,200 euros it costs in Spain.
This 60 version, which is immediately above the 50, offers the same engine but a slightly larger 58 kWh battery, giving it a range of 395 km WLTP, i.e. almost 30 km more than the 50 version.
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