Škoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement

Škoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement

› The new Enyaq L&K variant offers increased power to 210 kW*, a range of up to 570 kilometers** on the WLTP cycle, shorter charging times, battery advance heating and the latest ME4 vehicle software.
› New exterior and interior design features for an unmistakable look plus comprehensive equipment as standard on the L&K version.
› The first model with a new user interface for even easier use, with updated graphics that reflect the new Škoda corporate identity.

Škoda Auto completes its premium series of all-electric SUV models with the launch of the new Enyaq L&K. Steeped in Škoda tradition, this variant named after the founders of the Czech car company, Václav Laurin and Václav Klement, features specific exterior and interior design features and comes with a particularly comprehensive range of standard equipment. There are also extensive technical upgrades. The rear-wheel drive Enyaq L&K 85 and the all-wheel drive Enyaq L&K 85x deliver a system output of 210 kW*. They offer an increased range of up to 570 kilometers** in the WLTP cycle along with a battery charging time – from 10 to 80 percent in less than 30 minutes. Enyaq L&K is the first Škoda model to have a new user interface for even easier use, with updated graphics that reflect the new Škoda corporate identity.

Škoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement

“In the new Enyaq L&K, we are introducing several technical upgrades that will later be used in other models of this series. The new, more powerful drive generation will deliver a higher system power of 210 kW*. At the same time, we managed to increase the maximum range to 570 km** in the WLTP cycle and keep the charging time from 10 to 80 percent below 30 minutes. Based on customer feedback, we added advance battery heating management, which also uses data from navigation. This feature optimizes charging performance even in cold weather. Moreover, our new user interface takes usability to a whole new level, making driving the vehicle even more intuitive.”

Johannes Neft, Škoda Auto management member for technical development

Škoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement

Extended range and comprehensive technical upgrades

Škoda Enyaq L&K presents the premiere of a new battery and drive package. It offers increased power of 210 kW*, better acceleration and greater range. The rear-wheel drive Enyaq L&K 85 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds**, which is almost two seconds faster than the previous rear-wheel drive Enyaq iV 80. The maximum speed is now 180 km/h**, and the maximum range according to the WLTP cycle has increased even more to 570 kilometers**. The four-wheel drive Enyaq L&K 85x accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.6 seconds** and has a range of up to 550 kilometers**. The battery charging curve is optimized; allows the Enyaq L&K to be charged from 10 to 80 percent capacity in less than 30 minutes.

Škoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement

New preheat function for all Enyaq variants from model year 2024

Laurin & Klement’s Enyaq is equipped with the latest ME4 vehicle software, which will be included in all models of the Enyaq family produced later this year. The new software adds numerous improvements and new features. This includes a pre-heating function, which brings the battery to the optimal temperature before charging begins. Two operating modes are available, and the process can be started manually by pressing a button on the central infotainment screen. In automatic mode, this happens without driver intervention when the vehicle is en route to a fast charging station, based on data from the navigation system.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe Laurin & Klement

The outer part with exclusive details in platinum gray color

Škoda Enyaq L&K is recognizable by the exclusive platinum gray details on the model-specific bumpers, as well as the diffuser and exterior mirrors. The side moldings are painted in the body color, while the window frames and roof racks are covered in chrome – as well as the radiator grille frame, which as standard has a Crystal Face illuminated with 131 LEDs. Standard equipment also includes full LED matrix headlights, which can avoid dazzling oncoming cars and mask reflective surfaces, as well as full LED taillights. The rear side windows and rear window are tinted (“Sunset”). The Enyaq L&K has specific 20-inch or optional 21-inch alloy wheels and L&K badging on the front wings. The new model bears Enyaq lettering on the tailgate, dropping the “iV” suffix from its name, like all other variants of future Škoda BEV models including the Enyaq family.

Skoda Enyaq Coupe Laurin & Klement

Two Design Selection options and ventilated leather seats with massage function

For the interior of the Enyaq L&K, Škoda Auto offers customers a choice between two specific design choices. Design Selection L&K Shell with beige leather upholstery is part of the standard equipment. The optional L&K Black has black leather. Front seats with ventilation and massage functions, which are exclusive to the L&K version, are included as standard in both versions. Using the infotainment menu, passengers can choose between the three functions “ventilation”, “heating” and “heating with ventilation”, activate the massage function and control the seat adjustment. The foot controls have a recognizable aluminum look.

New user interface for even easier use

Like the Enyaq L&K, all future Enyaq models with the new software version will have an improved user interface. This further improves ease of use and optimizes the user experience in the vehicle. The user interface reflects the new Škoda corporate identity, and new brand colors are also used in the infotainment menu, virtual cockpit and head-up display. In addition, Škoda Auto has also revised the entire menu structure of the infotainment system. It now comes with three basic buttons displayed in the three corners of the screen. By tapping on the icon in the upper left corner, you can access the vehicle settings, while the applications are available in the lower right corner. A tap in the lower left corner takes the driver to the redesigned home screen. It offers five useful pages with three fixed layouts, the content can be customized. The favorite buttons for quick access to certain functions have also been improved. Drivers can configure up to five favorite shortcuts to control vehicle functions – such as Lane Assist, heated windshield or air recirculation function. They will then be directly available in the upper part of the screen. In addition, up to three applications – such as navigation, mobile phone menu or media player – can be activated via the bar at the bottom of the screen.

New navigation map design and simplified climate control menu

The ME4 vehicle software also brings new navigation maps to the Enyaq family. They offer repositioned navigation submenus and a larger map section. The control menu for the vehicle’s air conditioning system has been simplified, the page with a simplified overview allows for even more intuitive management. The new graphic now provides an even better overview of the battery level and vehicle charging capabilities. The redesigned virtual cockpit and head-up display now also reflect the new Škoda CI and are offered as enhanced features.

New feature for Kessy

The floor light on the front door is new, the LED reflectors in the exterior mirrors now project the “Welcome” logo onto the ground instead of the Škoda inscription. Those exiting the Enyaq L&K can enjoy the new feature of the Kessy keyless entry system. It now automatically locks the doors when the owner walks away from the vehicle with the radio transmitter. The locked door status is confirmed by the sound signal of the alarm system’s siren.

* Maximum electrical power 210 kW: The maximum power determined in accordance with UN-GTR.21 that can be engaged for a maximum of 30 seconds. The available power in certain driving situations depends on various factors, including the outside temperature, the temperature of the high-voltage battery and its charge status, condition and physical age. Maximum power is only available if the temperature of the high-voltage battery is between 23 and 50°C and its charge level exceeds 88%. If these parameters are not met, maximum power may be reduced or unavailable. The temperature of the battery can be indirectly influenced to a certain degree through the function of the stationary air conditioner, and the charge level can be adjusted in the vehicle. The currently available power is displayed on the vehicle’s driving performance screen. To optimally maintain the capacity of the high-voltage battery, a charge target of 80% is recommended for everyday use (this can be changed to 100% before long-distance travel, for example).

** All data are provisional

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