In the Skoda family, the Laurin & Klement variants in honor of the company’s founders are those that represent the highest level of quality and exclusivity. It is now received by Skoda Enyaq, an electric brand, which, in addition to winning design and equipment, takes the opportunity to pay for improvements in the mechanical section.
Starting with this, the Czech firm is talking about the new 85 and 85x versions, the first with all-wheel drive and the second with all-wheel drive, both with a power of 210 kW, that is 286 CV. This is a trending system that has already been announced in other VAG Group models, such as the Volkswagen ID.7.
The rear-wheel drive accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.7 seconds and approves a range of 570 kilometers. All-wheel drive completes the sprint in 6.6 seconds and each has 550 kilometers.
Skoda has not specified which batteries they will mount, but given the visual improvement compared to the Enyaq iV 80, it would be logical for them to use a larger engine than this 77 kWh (probably 86 kWh of the aforementioned ID.7). In addition, preheating has an improvement to optimize the ordering process.
Although the modifications started with the L&K version, it is logical that they will also be available in the other models.
Skoda Enyaq Laurin & Klement
This variant differs from the others due to its unique exterior in Platinum Gray, in the fixture, the diffuser and the mirrors. Likewise for the side skirts in body color, for the chrome fabric window panels and roof rails, and for the wheels, which are twenty-inch as standard and 21-inch as well.
In addition, standard items include a Crystal Face grille illuminated by 131 LEDs, full LED matrix, full LED taillights, tinted rear windows, keyless entry and start system, and an upgraded navigation system.
In the cabin you can choose between two options, L&K Shell with beige leather upholstery or L&K black on black leather. In both cases, the front seats are included with ventilation and massage functions.