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Enyaq iv SportLine model open for orders

Post by Rob » Tue Mar 16, 2021 3:48 pm

ŠKODA has confirmed pricing and opened order books for the new Enyaq iV SportLine - a sporty addition to the Enyaq iV range. The SportLine joins the 60 Nav and 80 models in the brand’s launch line-up and gives customers one of the broadest ranges in the electric vehicle sector.

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Priced from £39,900 OTR (inc Govt PICG*), the SportLine model combines the dynamic look of a ŠKODA performance model with the added practicality of a full-size SUV. It comes with a 82-kWh battery (77 kWh net) and can cover up to 327** miles on the WLTP combined cycle. In terms of layout, the Enyaq iV features a rear motor and rear wheel drive with the drive unit combining motor, control electronics and a single-speed gearbox.

The motor generates 204PS and 310Nm of torque and can propel the Enyaq iV SportLine from 0-62mph in 8.5 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 99mph. To meet the demands of keen drivers, the SportLine model is equipped with a sports chassis set up as standard. This features a lower ride height (15mm lower and the front, 10mm at the rear) and reduces the centre of gravity for even more agile handling. Drive Mode Select and progressive steering are also standard while Dynamic Chassis Control is available as an option.

Sporty exterior design
The SportLine iV’s grille, window frames, roof rails and rear bumper diffuser are finished in black, as is ŠKODA block lettering and tailgate badges. The striking side skirts are body-coloured and the SportLine iV comes with a unique front apron and badges on the front wings. 20-inch Vega Anthracite alloy wheels complete the look.

The Enyaq SportLine iV comes with full LED Matrix headlights as standard. Each Matrix high beam module features 24 LEDs, which can be controlled individually and enable the driver to have the high beam on at all times without dazzling other road users. This intelligent technology automatically turns off individual segments of the light beam when the camera on the windscreen detects vehicles, as well as people and objects, reflecting the light.

SportLine-specific Design Selection interior
In keeping with ŠKODA’s other SportLine and vRS models, the Enyaq iV SportLine’s upholstery and roof lining are predominantly black. The dashboard is upholstered in a black synthetic leather with grey contrasting stitching and features carbon-effect trims, which provide visual highlights and can also be found on the door panels.

The SportLine Design Selection also includes unique black sports seats with integrated headrests. These are upholstered in Alcantara/Leather and feature grey piping. A three-spoke multifunction leather sports steering wheel comes as standard and allows numerous vehicle functions to be controlled from its buttons and knurled wheels. The leather-covered steering wheel rim features grey contrast stitching, while the lower spoke has a badge bearing the SportLine lettering. The pedal covers come in an aluminium look and further enhance the Enyaq SportLine iV Design Selection.

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Re: Enyaq iv SportLine model open for orders

Post by bloggsy » Tue Mar 16, 2021 5:11 pm

Does that not look the dog's 'doo-dah's'?!! I'm hoping to put my name down next month to order the Sportline in black :D

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Re: Enyaq iv SportLine model open for orders

Post by scratch113 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 10:22 am

The Sportline is now available on the Skoda UK Configurator, priced at £42,900, although only available as an 80 (RWD) model, not an 80x as yet.

Sadly a lot of the press images of the Sportline show it on the 21 inch Betria alloys, however these are not available on the Sportline according to the configurator, you can only have the 20 inch Vega wheels (no options!)

I specced one up with quite a few options and it came to a shade under £50k, which might just be do-able for me in about a year's time when I have to decide whether to keep my current diesel Kodiaq Sportline or make the leap to full electric.

I would still prefer the 80x version though...
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Re: Enyaq iv SportLine model open for orders

Post by Yeti2Enyaq » Sun Apr 11, 2021 12:11 pm

I'm also waiting for the SportLine 80x - Maybe by September... I'll be moving up from my 9 year old AWD diesel Yeti. I need AWD, as live up in the hills in Wales. I'll be happy with 20" wheels - Tyres get very expensive the bigger the wheels! I generally fit winter steel wheels and tyres on my Yeti for the winter months. In fact I have left them on for the last two years.
I have seen on one of the YouTube video's an 80x coming off the production line, but could not see the front motor (?).
Am hoping to see any Enyaq in the flesh. The dealer says about May... The SportLine seems to have most of the extra's that I would like, but as has been said: Not much change out of £50k...

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Re: Enyaq iv SportLine model open for orders

Post by Bw19800 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:53 pm

Had the live Enyaq tour today via Skoda UK... think we might be waiting a while to see in showrooms. They are saying it's looking like into June as no right hand drives have been made yet & the flounders edition used for the UK tours are pre-production models.
I asked on the 4wd models and it could be late 2021 before they hit UK... they did admit the launch & rollout isn't going to plan lol.... even said the LED grill which was going to be an option would probably be pulled till 2022 due to technical issues

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