After a 12 month delay the Skoda Enyaq Coupe has now been launched in Ireland.
It is said by Skoda to offer a possible driving range of up to 545km (WLTP) and is priced at €56,710 inclusive of a three-year maintenance and tyre plan.
There is a choice of two battery sizes, rear- and all-wheel drive, plus power outputs ranging from 132 kW to 195 kW.
In terms of specification, the Enyaq Coupe closely mirrors that of its SUV sibling with the addition of a panoramic sunroof, body coloured doorsills and bumpers as well as a stylish rear spoiler.
Boot capacity is only 15 litres less than that of the Enyaq SUV at 570 litres.
Skoda claims the interior is made up of sustainably processed and recycled materials.
Libor Pavlas, Skoda Ireland product manager said the delayed Irish launch was the “result of excessive worldwide demand”, but customers can now place their orders from today, 2nd February.
“The original Enyaq iV, Skoda’s first fully electric vehicle, was first revealed back in 2020, with Irish sales pre-booked online by way of a €1,000 deposit.
“Three years on and demand continues to outstrip supply so early ordering is strongly advised for the Coupe version,” Pavlas added.