Fears that Skoda might not possess the brand power to sell more expensive electric vehicles have been put to rest with the success of the Enyaq iV.
The compact SUV, based on parent Volkswagen Group's MEB electric platform, has been one of the top three-selling models overall in the key EV market of Norway every month since May, following its introduction there in April. Since then, the Enyaq has been the VW Group's top-seller model there, ahead of the ID4.
In June the Enyaq was Europe's No. 5-selling EV with a volume of 5,870 units, trailing the Tesla Model 3, Renault Zoe, VW ID3 and ID4, figures from Berlin-based analyst Matthias Schmidt show.