› Global: ŠKODA presents new online format for virtual live premiere
› Innovative: 360-degree cameras make viewers feel they’re physically in the venue
› Plus: live studio interviews, videos in the ŠKODA Cinema, virtual tour through 125 years of company history
› Experience it live: digital admission to the ENYAQ iV world premiere on Tuesday, 1 September 2020 from 6:40 pm at https://skoda-virtual-event.com, via the social media channels or the ŠKODA Storyboard
Mladá Boleslav, 24 August 2020 – The world premiere of the new ŠKODA ENYAQ iV at 7:00 pm on 1 September will be a two-in-one event. The presentation of the brand’s first battery-electric SUV in Prague will, for the first time, be flanked by a new virtual online event format for all ŠKODA fans, allowing them to participate live, without access restrictions. Individually controllable 360-degree cameras will convey a sense of physically being in the venue. Before and after the livestream of the model presentation, users will be able to move freely through a virtual ŠKODA pavilion. A digital showroom will allow them to view first the ŠKODA VISION iV concept car and then the ŠKODA ENYAQ iV, from any desired perspective. In addition to interview sessions in the live studio, the ŠKODA Cinema will offer a wealth of videos covering all aspects of the company. In the digital showroom, users will be able to view selected models from 125 years of company history, displayed on a turntable. And ŠKODA will also offer insights into its longstanding support of the Tour de France.
The ENYAQ iV marks a major step in the implementation of ŠKODA’s electric mobility strategy. So it’s only fitting that the company is also breaking new ground in the way it presents new vehicles to the public. The world premiere of the ŠKODA ENYAQ iV is the first event of its kind to take place simultaneously as a classic live show in Prague and as an innovative online presentation. In this way ŠKODA fans all over the world will be able to share in the live experience and witness the unveiling of the Czech carmaker’s first production model based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular electric car platform. As the virtual model presentation will be filmed with 360-degree cameras, viewers will feel as though they are actually sitting in the room.