Electric Skoda SUV on sale
SKODA'S all-electric Enyaq iV has gone on sale, with prices of the family SUV starting at £31,085 after the government's £3k plug-in car grant.
Buyers can place an order now, with a choice of two battery options and a new range structure for Skoda.
Skoda has shaken up its traditional trim level options, instead giving buyers a choice of battery sizes and interior designs, then giving them a range of equipment packs and individual customisation options to choose from.
The first choice has a 62kWh battery capacity and 177bhp motor, with prices starting at £31,085 and offering a claimed range of 256 miles.
Standard equipment includes 19-inch alloy wheels, parking sensors, climate control and an infotainment system with a 13-inch screen and on-board sat nav.
This entry model is only available with the 'Lodge' interior design.
Upgrade to the larger 82kWh battery with a 201bhp motor and 333-mile range, and prices start at £35,950 after the grant.
Standard equipment includes chrome detailing, front parking sensors, heated leather steering wheel, and a different 19-inch alloy wheel design.
This model also gives the option to upgrade to one of the other interior designs, called Lounge, Suite or ecoSuite.