The base Sportline trim features LED matrix lights, 20-inch wheels, and gloss-black exterior detailing. The interior is equally upscale, with heated sports-style seats, tri-zone air conditioning, and a hands-free tailgate.
For more luxury, opt for the Enyaq SUV’s Sportline Max upgrade, which includes a massage driver’s seat, enhanced sound system, illuminated “crystal face” grille, 360-degree camera, and rear-side airbags. The option of larger 21-inch wheels will slightly reduce the range.
"Right now, we're going up the Bombay Hills, and it is accelerating for me. It's fairly responsive, and it doesn't leave giant gaps between the cars while it tries to figure out, 'Oh, do I accelerate or do I slow down?' It's a pretty good system; it's one of the better ones."
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Easy on the envEYEronment – Skoda Enyaq Sportline Coupe review
"The Coupe styling really transforms the Skoda Enyaq’s driving appeal."
"But, for those that enjoy driving, I would recommend forgetting about the battery range (you do have ample, after all) and engage Sport driving mode – the dynamic chassis tightens, and both steering and throttle response feel quicker."
"The skoda ENYAQ is a fantastic addition to the electric SUV market combining style, comfort, sustainability and reasonable performance. Now sure you could spend a little less and go for a Tesla Model Y, but I think you're giving up on about 15 kilowatt hours of battery capacity and significant amounts of build quality."
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Simply Cl-EV-er – Skoda Enyaq iV 80 review
"Refined is one way to describe the new Skoda Enyaq 80 but ‘extra-special’ is probably more to the point. It elevates the brand in terms of technology and finish but also sets them up for embracing the inevitable EV next step – in other words, it’s a ‘simply clEVer’ BEV."