News for the Skoda Enyaq, after the 2-wheel drive versions, the all-wheel drive version of the Czech electric SUV now arrives in Italy. To move it there is a pair of engines (one per axle) for 195 kW (265 HP) of power and 425 Nm torque. Data that make it the most powerful of the range, waiting for the 306 HP Kodiaq RS, with declared autonomy of 497 km.
Specifically, the engines are 204 hp at the rear and 109 at the front, powered by a nominal 82 kWh battery pack (actual 77 kWh) capable of accepting fast recharges up to a maximum of 125 kW.
How does it work
The mechanical scheme of the Skoda Enyaq 80x provides that we basically move thanks to the rear engine with permanent magnets, while the front wheels – coupled to an asynchronous motor – are activated only in particular conditions, when maximum grip is required. A choice that allows you to maximize autonomy and performance: asynchronous motors in fact give their best when called to work loads of short duration, exactly as it happens for the one mounted on Skoda’s electric SUV.
The test of the rear-wheel drive Skoda Enyaq
The official performance declares 6.9 “for the 0-100, while the maximum speed settles on 160 km / h, exactly like the versions with rear-wheel drive only.
Skoda Enyaq 80x, prices
The all-wheel drive Skoda Enyaq can already be ordered starts at 49,000, for a maximum of 53,000 euros. The trim levels are those already present on the other versions: base, Executive and Sportline. The first series offers keyless system, full LED lights, 19 “wheels, 10” touch monitor, front parking sensors, rear camera and maximum charging speed of 125 kW.
The Skoda Enyaq Executive adds various driver assistance systems, connected satellite navigation, steering wheel paddles for regulating regenerative braking and metallic paint. Finally, the Sportline trim level includes a lowered suspension, variable-ratio steering, sports seats, LED matrix lights and more as standard. The Crystal Face mask, illuminated by 130 LEDs, is also available as an option.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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