The 80x Sportline is Skoda’s first all-wheel-drive EV, and commands a £3700 premium over the existing 80 model, with prices starting from £46,610.
The car is equipped with a second electric motor to drive the front axle and is the fastest model in the Enyaq iV line-up, producing 261bhp and 313lb ft of torque for a 0-62mph time of 6.9sec.
Skoda says the model is capable of 303 miles with a full charge in its 82kWh battery, with a potential economy rate of 3.5 miles per kWh. Fast charging at a rate of 125kW is standard, meaning the 80x is capable of charging to 80% in 38 minutes when connected to a 150kW DC rapid charger.
It gains a sports chassis as standard with ride height lowered by 15mm at the front and 10mm at the rear, which Skoda says contributes to a lower centre of gravity and agile handling. LED matrix headlights are also standard.
Inside, black upholstery features on the dashboard and door panels. The model also receives sports seats with a choice of Alcantara or leather upholstery, and a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel.
The Enyaq 80x Sportline can be ordered now, with the first deliveries expected later this year.