› New Enyaq L&K variant offers increased power at 210 kW*, a range of up to 570 kilometres** on the WLTP cycle, shorter charging times, battery preheating and the latest ME4 vehicle software
› New exterior and interior design features for an unmistakable look, plus comprehensive equipment as standard for the L&K versions of both the Enyaq and Enyaq Coupé
› First model with a new User Interface for enhanced ease of use, with updated graphics reflecting the new Škoda CI
Mladá Boleslav, 23 May 2023 – Škoda Auto is completing the top end of its all-electric SUV series by launching the new Enyaq L&K. Steeped in Škoda tradition, this variant named after the Czech car company’s founders Václav Laurin and Václav Klement is distinguished by specific exterior and interior design features and comes with a particularly comprehensive range of standard equipment. There are extensive technical upgrades, as well. The rear-wheel-drive Enyaq L&K 85 and the Enyaq L&K 85x with all-wheel drive deliver a system output of 210 kW*. They offer an increased range of up to 570 kilometres** on the WLTP cycle along with battery charging times – from 10 to 80 per cent in less than 30 minutes. The Enyaq L&K is the first Škoda model to feature a new User interface for enhanced ease of use, with updated graphics that reflect the new Škoda CI. The range will include both the Enyaq L&K and the Enyaq Coupé L&K.
“In the new Enyaq L&K, we are introducing several technical upgrades that will subsequently be used in the other models of this series, as well. The new, more powerful drivetrain generation will deliver a higher system output of 210 kW*. At the same time, we have been able to extend the maximum range to 570 km** on the WLTP cycle and keep the 10 to 80 per cent charging time under 30 minutes. Based on customer feedback, we added battery preheating management, which also uses navigation data. This function optimises the charging performance even in cold weather. Moreover, our new User Interface takes usability to a completely new level, making the operation of the vehicle even more intuitive.”
Johannes Neft, Škoda Auto Board Member for Technical Development