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Updated Skoda Enyaq (2024)

Škoda Auto is comprehensively updating its Enyaq family for the 2024 model year. For the first time ever, the Czech car maker’s popular battery-electric model is also available with the Laurin & Klement trim line, which boasts lavish standard equipment. The technical upgrades bring even more powerful drivetrains, shorter charging times and an increased range. In addition, the new vehicle software features a new, more intuitive user interface.

“Our Enyaq family has helped us kick off electric mobility in style – in the first nine months of 2023 alone, we recorded around 55,000 deliveries worldwide, an increase of more than 47 percent year‑on‑year. This success also motivates us to consistently improve the model further. We have listened carefully to our customers: in the new model year, we are introducing the new Enyaq L&K trim line, even more powerful and efficient drivetrains and the new software version featuring an infotainment interface that is more functional and intuitive than ever before.”
Martin Jahn, Škoda Auto Board Member for Sales and Marketing

More power, longer range and visual details in line with the new Corporate Identity
In the 2024 model year, the new, more efficient and more powerful 85 and 85x model variants replace the previous 80 and 80x versions. Like the sporty RS models, they feature a new, more potent drivetrain with an advanced permanent synchronous motor on the rear axle, capable of a top speed of 180 km/h. For the Enyaq 85, output increases by 60 kW to 210 kW* compared to the previous Enyaq 80. The all-wheel drive Enyaq 85x also delivers 210 kW*, making it 15 kW more powerful than its predecessor. The Enyaq RS now comes with an output of 250 kW*, an increase of 30 kW. An optimised battery with even more advanced thermal management increases the range to over 560 kilometres for the Enyaq 85 SUV and more than 570 kilometres for the Coupé. The entry‑level Enyaq 60 has remained technically unchanged. The lettering on the tailgate of the 2024 Enyaq models as well as all logos are in conformity with the new Škoda CI, and the addition “iV” has been dropped from the model name.

Increased charging rate and faster charging times for all-wheel drive versions
The all-wheel-drive versions Enyaq 85x and Enyaq RS now offer even better charging performance with an increased DC charging rate at fast-charging stations of up to 175 kW. Charging the 82 kWh (77 kWh net) high‑voltage battery from 10 to 80 percent now takes just 28 minutes – eight minutes or 22 percent less than before. The Enyaq 85 variants with rear-wheel drive continue to charge at a maximum rate of 135 kW.

New vehicle software for added functionality
With the new vehicle software the Enyaq family now supports battery pre-conditioning. This preheats the battery in preparation for DC charging in low ambient temperatures and optimises charging speed by up to 22 percent. Furthermore, the new interface has a more intuitive menu structure. It enables drivers to define shortcuts for the most frequently used vehicle settings and apps. The navigation system now features new map graphics and a larger map area. Other new features of the vehicle software include a Walkaway function for the KESSY keyless entry system. This automatically locks the vehicle when the driver walks away from the car with the key.

Enyaq L&K with lavish standard equipment
The elegant Enyaq L&K completes the range. This popular trim line comes with an extensive selection of standard equipment. It includes LED Matrix beam headlights and LED rear lights with animated indicators as well as a chrome grille featuring a Crystal Face illuminated by 131 LEDs. Furthermore, the Enyaq L&K comes with exclusive 20″ or 21″ L&K alloy wheels. The bumpers, diffuser and exterior mirrors feature detailing finished in sophisticated Platinum Grey, while the side skirts are body-coloured. In the interior, the Enyaq L&K boasts electrically controlled, heated and ventilated front seats offering memory and massage functions, with the L&K logo embroidered on the headrests.

* The maximum power is determined in accordance with UN-GTR.21. The maximum power is available when the high-voltage battery is at its highest possible state of charge (SoC) and operating within its optimal temperature range. The power available varies according to the driving scenario and is influenced by factors including the battery’s temperature, its SoC, and the physical ageing of the high-voltage battery.

Technology: New motor for added power and torque and optimised battery thermal management
Škoda Auto has increased the power, driving performance and maximum range of its new Enyaq 85 and 85x variants. A new electric motor on the rear axle now provides up to 60 kW more power, along with a 235 Nm increase in torque. On top of that, the new motor is more efficient, owing to improvements such as an upgraded voltage converter. The maximum range now exceeds 570 kilometres depending on the model specification. The optimised 82 kWh high voltage battery can now be replenished from 10 to 80 percent in just 28 minutes, at a rate of up to 175 kW. The battery benefits from improvements in cell chemistry and thermal management and enables shorter charging times for the all-wheel-drive versions, courtesy of an increased charging rate of up to 175 kW.

“We have thoroughly tested all hardware and software components, and we have carefully revised and further optimised them. The new, more efficient and powerful electric motor for our 2024 Enyaq models brings increased power, more torque, and a longer range.”
Johannes Neft, Škoda Auto Board Member for Technical Development

New drivetrain with more powerful motor on the rear axle
The Enyaq family gets a significant power boost. The new rear axle motor has been made more powerful and efficient by upgrading the voltage converter that supplies high-phase currents. The new Enyaq 85 and 85x models now have 210 kW* of power – 60 kW more than the previous Enyaq 80 and 15 kW more than the previous Enyaq 80x variants. The RS models have seen their outputs increased by 30 kW to 250 kW*. Maximum torque has increased by 235 Nm – from 310 Nm to 545 Nm. This benefits both the power delivery and the driving dynamics of all Enyaq versions equipped with the 82 kWh battery. The new Enyaq 85 accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds, making it almost two seconds faster than the previous Enyaq 80. The Enyaq 85x with all‑wheel drive completes the same task in 6.6 seconds. The Enyaq RS, which also has all-wheel drive, now takes 5.5 seconds, one second less than before. With a top speed of 180 km/h, the Enyaq 85 and 85x are now on par with the RS versions.

Range increased by up to 24 kilometres and charging time reduced by up to 22 percent
The more efficient new motor and a gear ratio adapted to the higher torque result in up to 24 kilometres of added range. The Enyaq 85 can cover more than 560 kilometres on a single charge on the WLTP cycle, while the range of the Enyaq Coupé 85 now exceeds 570 kilometres. Moreover, the optimised 82 kWh high-voltage battery with improved cell chemistry and refined battery management enables a higher maximum charging rate for the all‑wheel‑drive versions, resulting in shorter charging stops. At DC fast-charging stations, the batteries of the all‑wheel‑drive Enyaq 85x and Enyaq RS versions can now be replenished from 10 to 80 percent in just 28 minutes – eight minutes or 22 per cent faster than before – at a rate of up to 175 kW. The maximum charging rate for the rear-wheel-drive Enyaq 85 remains unchanged at 135 kW. The new battery pre-conditioning feature preheats the battery in preparation for DC charging in low ambient temperatures and thus optimises charging speed. The process can be started manually, by pressing a button on the central infotainment display, or automatically on the way to a charging station, based on navigation data and battery temperature.

The new Enyaq powertrain variants:

Enyaq 85 Enyaq 85x Enyaq RS
Rear-wheel drive All-wheel drive All-wheel drive
Power output 210 kW* 210 kW* 250 kW*
Top speed 180 km/h 180 km/h 180 km/h
Max. charging rate 135 kW 175 kW 175 kW

* The maximum power is determined in accordance with UN-GTR.21. The maximum power is available when the high-voltage battery is at its highest possible state of charge (SoC) and operating within its optimal temperature range. The power available varies according to the driving scenario and is influenced by factors including the battery’s temperature, its SoC, and the physical ageing of the high-voltage battery.

Software: New features, improved menu interface for even more intuitive operation and new safety functions
The new software version will come with all 82 kWh battery Enyaq models produced from November 2023 onwards. This latest software release features a revised user interface modelled on the new Škoda CI/CD, an even more intuitive menu structure for the infotainment system and new navigation maps. Upgrades to the Laura digital assistant and the Kessy keyless entry system make for more ease of use, comfort and safety.

New functions and more advanced individualisation courtesy of latest vehicle software
The latest vehicle software featured on all Enyaq models with the 82 kWh battery rolling off the production line from November 2023 provides a wide range of new features. The infotainment system, head-up display and Virtual Cockpit are now modelled on the new Škoda CI. Various features now further enhance ease of use when interacting with the infotainment system. For example, it is now possible to customise “quick access buttons” for various vehicle settings – like the Lane Assist, the windscreen heating or the air recirculation function. Customisation of car apps such as the mobile phone menu or the media player or navigation is also possible. The navigation system comes with new map graphics as well as a larger map area and reorganised submenus. In addition, it is now designed to use the battery pre-conditioning function and can automatically start preheating the battery when the vehicle is heading towards a charging station, depending on the current battery temperature.

Improvements to Laura and Kessy as well as intuitive passenger seat adjustment
The new software also includes improvements to the Laura digital assistant and Kessy keyless entry system. Laura’s voice recognition is now more accurate, and the system can transcribe spoken commands using speech-to-text and display them on the infotainment screen for visual feedback. A new Kessy feature is the Walkaway function. It now automatically locks the doors when the owner moves 2 to 2.5 metres away from the vehicle while carrying the keys. The locked door status is confirmed with an audible signal from the alarm system’s horn. A new seat menu in the infotainment system adds further convenience. In all Enyaq models with electric seat adjustment, the driver can easily and safely adjust the front passenger seat, for example to accommodate a child seat or to create extra space in the rear.

Intelligent Speed Assist for added safety
The Intelligent Speed Assist adds even more safety and comfort. It uses traffic sign recognition and navigation data to automatically adjust the car’s speed in a more anticipatory and much smoother way, if desired. For example, it continuously and smoothly reduces vehicle speed to the 50 km/h speed limit before entering a built-up area.

Škoda Enyaq L&K: Most elegant trim line with exclusive touches and extensive equipment
The Škoda Enyaq and the Enyaq Coupé can now also be ordered with the elegant new L&K trim line, available in combination with the 85 and 85x powertrain versions delivering an output of 210 kW*. Their exclusive exterior features Platinum Grey detailing and 20-inch Asterion alloy wheels as standard; 21-inch Aquarius wheels are available on request. The L&K Design Selection is available in Black or Shell. Standard features include heated and ventilated leather seats with massage function, a head‑up display with Augmented Reality and a Canton sound system.

Platinum Grey detailing exclusive to the range-toppers
The Enyaq L&K models come with a special bumper, diffuser and door mirror design featuring exclusive Platinum Grey detailing. The roof rails are finished in Silver. The window frames have a chrome look, as do the trim strips on the front and rear aprons, both painted in the same colour as the side skirts. The Škoda grille comes with a chrome frame and a Crystal Face illuminated by 131 LEDs as standard. Also included as standard are LED Matrix beam headlights and LED rear lights with animated indicators and animated Coming/Leaving Home function. The rear side windows and rear window are tinted (“SunSet”). Exclusive to L&K are the 20-inch Asterion alloy wheels, while 21‑inch Aquarius wheels, also in Anthracite, are available as an option. The front wings feature L&K badges.

L&K Design Selection in Black or Shell and ventilated leather seats with massage function
The L&K Design Selection is available in Shell and Black with beige or black leather upholstery and matching trim strips finished in Brushed Beige or Piano Black. Exclusive to the Enyaq family’s L&K versions are electrically adjustable front seats offering perforated seat surfaces, piping and contrast stitching, along with ventilation and massage functions to be selected in the infotainment menu. The front seats and outer rear seats are heated. The heated multifunction steering wheel features an L&K badge while the pedals have a stainless steel finish. The L&K models’ extensive standard equipment also includes a head‑up display with Augmented Reality, electric tailgate operation including a Virtual Pedal and a Canton sound system with twelve speakers.

* The maximum power is determined in accordance with UN-GTR.21. The maximum power is available when the high-voltage battery is at its highest possible state of charge (SoC) and operating within its optimal temperature range. The power available varies according to the driving scenario and is influenced by factors including the battery’s temperature, its SoC, and the physical ageing of the high-voltage battery.

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