Skoda’s first electric car will soon be renewed

Not yet with the completely new nose

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Spyshots Skoda Enyaq facelift

Over the next few years, Skoda will launch a series of new electric models, but it will also not forget its very first electric car: the Enyaq. The Skoda Enyaq is now almost four years old and that means it is time for a facelift.

Time flies. The Skoda Enyaq was presented in September 2020, which means that the electric SUV has now been with us for more than 3.5 years. This year, Skoda will launch the Elroq, a smaller electric SUV under the Enyaq that you should see as the electric equivalent of the Karoq. Until 2026, Skoda will further expand its EV line-up with an electric SUV with seven seats, an electric station wagon and an electric crossover in the so-called B-segment: the Epiq. And what about the Skoda Enyaq? It can remain for years to come, but in a refreshed form.

When Skoda previewed its new electric models last year with a series of sculptures, it also gave a rough indication of what you can expect from the outside of the updated Enyaq and Enyaq CoupĂ©. At the time, it seemed that the Enyaq duo would receive a thoroughly renewed front, complete with new flatter headlights, a flatter ‘grille’ and a completely new hood. However, we see remarkably little of this on the packed test sample in these photos, although we do notice a cooling opening that has been filled in in a new way at the bottom of the front bumper. The updated Skoda Eyaq and Enyaq CoupĂ© should be launched on the market in 2025. The Czechs may therefore think it is still a bit too early to send out the updated Enyaqs with the completely new front.

Since the Dutch market introduction of the Enyaq, the Enyaq has long been able to call itself the most popular Skoda in our country. Nearly 18,000 units have already been registered in the Netherlands. In 2021, 6,679 units were registered in the Netherlands, and 5,521 units in 2022. Last year, 4,747 copies found an owner in our country. In the first five months of this year, 1,066 copies went to the RDW for a license plate. The Skoda Octavia is doing better with 2,409 registrations in the first five months of this year.

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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