Although they are technical twins, the Enyaq iV distinguishes itself from VW's ID.4 on various levels. For example, its body design is much more classic and you can't tell from the Skoda that it is an electric car. Inside, the Enyaq iV is a different car as well, with nicer and better-looking materials than the ones you will find in the ID.4.
The Enyaq iV sits on the MEB platform inaugurated by the Volkswagen ID.3 and will be offered at launch with a 62kWh battery pack (the "60") and one of 82kWh (the "80"). These feed electrons to an electric motor on the rear axle, making the Enyaq iV a rear-wheel drive car. The "60" delivers 180hp, the "80" 204. Both versions offer a maximum torque of 310Nm.
According to the WLTP standard, the 60 achieves 413km of range with a full battery, with the 80 offering 537km. Even after deducting a 33% margin, the large battery still gives a driving range of some 350 kilometres, which is sufficient for most.