ENYAQ iV named Scottish Car of the Year

November 26, 2021

ŠKODA has put in a dominant performance at the 2021 Scottish Car of the Year awards, claiming four category wins and the overall title of the Car of the Year. Remarkably, all five awards were claimed by just two models; the ENYAQ iV and the OCTAVIA, which proved unbeatable in all the categories they were eligible for.

Both the OCTAVIA and ENYAQ iV are no strangers to the winners circle, having already been awarded some of the biggest accolades in the industry. Although ENYAQ iV deliveries to UK customers only started in late June, the Czech-built family SUV has now been named Car of the Year by four different industry titles. This remarkable performance highlights the ENYAQ iV’s strength in depth and appeal to a broad range of buyers and drivers.

The ENYAQ iV is the first fully-electric car to be built at ŠKODA’s main Mladá Boleslav factory and has enjoyed huge demand across Europe since its launch earlier this year. Available in the UK with two battery size options; 62kWh and 82kWh the ENYAQ iV delivers a WLTP driving range of up to 331 miles and can be rapid DC charged to 80% in as little as 38 minutes.

The OCTAVIA meanwhile has won more than 20 major awards since its launch last year, including Auto Express Car of the Year, Women’s World Car of the Year Best Family Car, Autocar Best Family Car, What Car? Best Plug-in Hybrid and UK Car of the Year Best Family Car.

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