The front of the car is the same as the regular Enyaq, but the rear is redesigned. Concept Skoda The Vision iV, foreshadowing the production electric vehicle on the Volkswagen MEB platform - Skoda Enyaq iV, had a coupe silhouette. But the designers made the first electric Skoda SUV with a more practical body. However, the idea of creating a "satellite" with a falling roof is not lost. Such a prototype has recently hit the lenses of photo spies. The front end of the car is the same as the regular Enyaq, but the rear has been redesigned.
It is known that the standard Enyaq iV will appear on the market in 2021 in many modifications (power from 148 to 306 hp and autonomous mileage from 340 to 510 km).
Let's compare the profiles of the co-platforms: Enyaq GT, Volkswagen ID.4 Coupe (or GTX, the exact name is unknown), Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron and Cupra Tavascan.
If the Enyaq coupe goes into mass production, then it may receive a prefix to the GT name, following the example of the Kodiaq GT crossover. There is a chance. After all, the same road tests show that the Volkswagen ID.4 electric crossover will have a coupe variant. And it has already been officially announced that the Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron, similar to the coupe version of the regular electric Q4 e-tron, will hit the assembly line in 2021. The fate of another relative of these cars, the Cupra Tavascan crossover, remains unclear. This summer, Cupra boss Wayne Griffiths said: "We have not yet made a final decision on development or production (production)."