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It is fair to say that the Škoda e-mobility revolution is firmly underway with the launch of the Škoda  Enyaq iV back in March. Škoda’s first fully electric SUV is now starting to hit the roads of the UK and for those who are undecided on the new all-electric SUV we have some good news which should offer you some peace of mind in your purchase.

In April, the Enyaq iV underwent testing with the European New Car Assessment programme (Euro NCAP) which delivered some amazing results. The Enyaq iV is now officially ranked amongst the safest vehicles currently available on the market, scored 86% out of all the possible points.

In terms of passenger protection, the Enyaq iV scored 94% of maximum points attainable for the protection of adults and 89% score for the protection of children. This marks the first time that a fully electric SUV has ever achieved top marks in the Euro NCAP test. It is an amazing feat and a testament to the Škoda design team given that more rigorous and stricter testing procedures were implemented into the NCAP testing programme this year.

So, what does that mean for you if you buy a Skoda Enyaq besides the fact, it has one of the highest safety ratings in the motoring industry?

Well for the average driver it means peace of mind knowing that the Enyaq iV features up to nine airbags including a central airbag to provide comprehensive Proactive Occupant Protection. It means state-of-the-art driving assistance systems to help and alert you to prevent or minimise complicated driving situations. It also means a fully functional augmented reality heads-up display system that will show all the information you need when driving without distracting your attention and keeping your eyes focused on the road ahead.

The 5* Euro NCAP rating means that you have peace of mind when it comes to safety. If you would like to see the safety features for yourself and test drive the Enyaq iV or would like to know about other features and offers, why not contact our sales team today?

Published: 07 May 2021