Skoda’s stylish electric crossover, the Enyaq iV, has become a bit more aggressive with the introduction of the new Sportline variant.
Featuring a model-specific front apron, glossy black details on the grille, roof rails, window frames and rear bumper, Sportline badges on the front fenders and black logos, it rides on standard 20-inch Vega or optional 21-inch Betria alloy wheels and sits lower than the rest of the range.
Inside, it comes with exclusive front sports seats with integrated headrests wrapped in Suedia microfiber and adorned with grey piping. Black synthetic leather with grey contrast stitching and carbon-effect trim can be found on the dashboard, while the Enyaq Sportline iV has a three-spoke steering wheel wrapped in leather with Sportline badging, aluminum pedals and special floor mats.
Customers can choose between three powertrains. The lineup kicks off with the Enyaq Sportline iV 60, whose 180 PS (177 HP / 132 kW) and 310 Nm (229 lb-ft) electric motor drives the rear wheels and is powered by a 62 kWh battery which gives it a 400+ km (249+ miles) range on the WLTP cycle.
The Enyaq Sportline iV 80, which is also rear-wheel drive, has a 204 PS (201 HP / 150 kW) and 310 Nm (229 lb-ft)electric motor and an 82 kWh battery that increases the autonomy to over 520 km (323 miles).
Finally, the Enyaq Sportline iV 80x boasts electric all-wheel drive with a second motor driving the front wheels. The total output and torque of this variant, which also uses the 82 kWh battery, is 265 PS (261 HP / 195 kW) and 425 Nm (313 lb-ft), and it can travel for more than 500 km (311 miles) on a single charge.
All versions have a top speed electronically capped at 160 km/h (99 mph).