Skoda loves its Sportline models. Therefore, it was inevitable that the latest offering from Mlada Boleslav would be painted in sporty trims. Skoda Enyaq EV does manage to look suitably handsome in this Sportline trim.
With the Sportline badge, you’ll find blacked-out highlights, large and special wheels, a lowered and stiffer chassis, Alcantara-covered seats, and carbon fiber trim. The Enyaq Sportline is no different. The Enyaq Sportline is no different. With the electric SUV, you can choose the 20-inch Vega wheels in anthracite or the 21-inch Betria wheels in all-black. The full-LED Matrix headlamps come as standard in the Sportline trim with the optional ‘Crystal Face’ lights with 131 LEDs illuminating the grille’s vertical slats and horizontal trim.
- Characteristic Sportline changes to the EV both inside and out
- Available with three output options across three versions
Sportline-specific interior changes include black sports seats trimmed in Suedia microfibre and leather with grey piping. The dashboard is upholstered in black leather-style fabric with a carbon-effect finish seen all around. With the Sportline trim, aluminum pedal covers are a must-have. Other driver-assist and safety hardware is carried over from the standard Enyaq.
Sportline versions of the Enyaq are available in iV 60, iV 80 and iV 80x trims, producing 177bhp (132kW), 201bhp (150kW) and 261bhp (195kW), respectively. The 80x has a two-motor setup, making it all-wheel drive. Its lower ride height of 15mm at the front and 10mm at the rear gives it a sportier stance. In addition to its model-specific sports chassis, Skoda says the Enyaq Sportline iV “handles fast corners more dynamically and with less roll.” Other EV characteristics, such as regenerative braking, are also improved.
Skoda Enyaq iV Sportline is already on sale in the UK, at a price tag of 39,900 pounds. So now we look forward to the full-blown Enyaq vRS.