2023 Skoda Enyaq EV & Enyaq Coupe have been updated with a new L&K variant. The new trim offers a different design, more features, & more range.
- Enyaq & Enyaq Coupe updated with range-topping L&K trim
- Cosmetic updates, new alloys, & new interiors
- Driving range increased & charging time decreased
Popular Skoda EV i.e. Enyaq has been updated globally. The new model gets a new top variant called L&K. Additionally, the Coupe version of the car has also received the addition of the L&K variant. The new variant offers increased driving range & decreased charging time. Read the details of the 2023 Skoda Enyaq EV below. Meanwhile, you can join our 91Wheels Whatsapp Group for all of such latest updates from the automotive industry.
2023 Skoda Enyaq L&K - Details
Enyaq is a popular global EV model of Skoda. It offers a punch-packed performance and long-distance driving range altogether. Now, to keep it updated and competent among its rivals; the 2023 version has received this new variant. Badged as 'Laurin & Kelment', the new top-spec offers distinguishing changes for the EV. For example, the front grille now uses chrome highlights. Similarly, there is a special L&K badge on both of the front fenders. Meanwhile, new 21-inch alloy wheels and body-coloured side skirts provide a rich look to it. Skoda has kept the rear end of it unchanged. However, the L&K versions get a new colour called 'Platinum Grey'.
On the inside, it uses a new dual-tone beige colour scheme that gives a more rich & premium vibe. Also, the touchscreen infotainment has been upgraded with a new UI. It now offers new colours, better graphics, & more response. Also, other features like leather upholstery, ambient lighting, virtual cockpit, etc., remain unaltered on it. These changes are standard on both - standard as well as Coupe versions of the Enyaq.
Skoda has also made changes to its technical setup. The Enyaq now offers more driving range for the L&K version. It can now do up to a claimed figure of 570 km per charge. The power output of the battery has now been increased to 210kW. Additionally, the home charging time has now been reduced. The Enyaq L&K takes only 30 minutes to get from 10 to 80 percent of charge gain. Skoda has also improved the battery heat management system to make it more efficient and long-lasting.
Skoda Enyaq is known for its brand value and comfort globally. However, it is still absent from the Indian market. But, as the EV car segment has picked up its pace in India; Skoda plans to introduce Enyaq by 2024. If launched, it will compete with the current EVs like Tata Nexon EV Max, Mahindra XUV400, & MG ZS EV. However, it'll be brought via the CBU route and its pricing will be a tad high than rivals.