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- Enyaq Coupe
What should I be paying?
For the time being the vRS model is the only version of the Enyaq iV Coupe that we have in the UK, but Skoda tells us that more trims and outputs are coming in the first half of 2023. You might as well go Top Trumps bragging rights that come with having 295bhp under your right foot: when it arrives, the standard spec RWD Coupe will struggle to make a case for itself over the SUV.
At £54,370 the vRS is a challenging price, scaling even the heights of the most expensive Kodiaq and Superb models. This is still Volkswagen Group's budget brand, right?
If you’re looking at a monthly lease deal, you can expect to pay somewhere in the region of £730 a month, which is well clear of the rest of the Enyaq range. The vRS comes as standard with a bespoke bodykit, supportive bucket seats, adaptive cruise control, heated front seats and steering wheel, 20in wheels and what Skoda is calling the “crystal face”, a clear plastic grille rammed with LEDs that lights up like a Christmas tree.
The Enyaq Coupe sports the latest version of Skoda’s infotainment system, which has fancier features than the set-up of old, including automatic parking, smart adaptive cruise control and changes to the infotainment system to make it easier to use.
Behind the steering wheel is a 5.4in digital instrument panel and there’s a 13in central touchscreen that mostly works well, but can be irritating at times.
When more variants arrive in 2023 there'll be a range of interior design packages to select from, with eco-conscious recycled plastic options available, as well as slightly more ostentatious leather.