Order books for the All Electric Hot SUV, which opens on February 17, with the customer’s first delivery in July.
It comes with a unique drive train setup as well as exterior and interior design features to set it apart from the rest of the range.
The all-wheel drive setup uses two motors to produce 296bhp and 339lb ft of torque, which is good for 6.5 seconds of 0-62mph and 111mph.
An 82kWh battery offers a range of up to 309 miles and can be recharged from 0-80% in just 36 minutes using standard 135kW onboard charging capability.
The Enyaq Coupe iV vRS sits on a sports chassis, 15mm less on the front and 10mm on the rear than standard models and features 20-inch alloys compared to standard models, with an optional extra with 21-inch design. Is.
All VRS models include a crystal face grille with 131 LEDs and a glossy black surround, as well as matrix adaptive LED headlights. A bespoke spoiler on the front and rear gives the car a delicious look and a glossy black finish for the window trim and rear diffuser, while the Enyaq Coupe gets full-width red rear reflectors in all VRS models. VRS only hypergreen paint finish will be an optional addition.
Inside, the ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS has a vRS specific design package with black perforated warm leather sports seats, gray piping and contrast stitching. To match the seats, the dashboard is upholstered in visible leather material, with contrast stitching, and the leather-wrapped steering wheel ends with a VRS badge. Standard equipment includes carbon effect inserts on the dashboard and door trim, a panoramic sunroof, aluminum pedals, LED ambient lighting and an electrically powered boot with hands-free opening.
The VRS sits on top of the Enyaq Coupe lineup over the 80 and 80X models. The 80X also includes a twin-motor all-wheel drive power train but with a low output of 262bph, while the standard 80 uses a 201bhp rear-mounted motor like the regular ENIAC.
All Enyaq Coupes have a large 82kWh battery pack, which will return up to 339 miles on a single charge at 80.