What Separates Skoda ENYAQ – Vision iV
Being a very established brand with its own set of smaller more minimal European aesthetics and identity, it was no wonder this range is all about average specs yet a lower than average price as it also targets a very specific set of customers in the city.
Being one big exception to all hatchback range this is more of a long range mid size SUV. A solid mid level option thanks to its decent to good specs and metrics across the board simply due to the size class makes Skoda ENYAQ – Vision iV slightly improved yet still look very much ok compared to some other EVs and kind of close to what Model X is yet not the Model S yet in terms of specs.
Still obviously to see how exactly good it is compared to other EVs on the market and other variants of cheaper tiers, it is crucial to see specific metrics. Based on that the comparison between the Skoda ENYAQ – Vision iV differences with other upcoming variants in the range just as well as other EVs come down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additional minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless. Based on a direct comparison to the othe variants in the range as well as other EVs, pretty decent when compared to other EVs and range variants with just 1 second over it at 5.7 seconds getting from 0 to 6o miles – staying ways intact with the standard on the market by some good measure yet it has a cost disadvantage over it. Fortunately it stays above to what some other EV SUVs deliver it is in the neighbourhood of very low and entry level 310 miles. Note WLTP range is always bigger than the EPA so as soon as certified we’re looking at 230-250 miles of EPA. This range makes it look as deinitely one of the best SUVs out of Europe on the market helping it truly offer almost all type of traveling including the interstate.
Mentioning its charging capabilities this range does deliver a fairly quick result. It is capable of going from o to 80 percenr in 1 hour and from 0 to 100 in approximately 5 hours.