Skoda Enyaq wants to electrify emergency services
Just a few days ago Tesla UK police version of 3 . model To present it as an interesting 100% electric patrol car in United kingdomHowever, another competitor has just come out Electrician, Because Skoda He has just submitted his own proposal a Skoda Elegant iV This doesn’t just come in the form of a car policeman, but also an ambulance and firefighters.
It is Skoda’s own proposal to strengthen the UK’s emergency services, the so-called eblue light equipment. While the truth isn’t the first time the Czech brand has had one of its modern models serving UK security forces and authorities, it wasn’t long ago that we saw the new Octavia RS in police ‘uniform’, as well as the Scala and Kodiaq RS before it.
for different functions
But now it’s the turn of the first 100% electric model born from the Czech brand and also the first of its kind Fourth electrified range that will gradually reach the service of these bodies.
As you can see the great Electric SUVs De Skoda is adequately equipped for its new mission, incorporating new emergency lights into the grill and bumper air intakes, plus counting of course, with rooftop-mounted light bulbs to form 360 degree illumination. Furthermore, each model is decorated with a different palette in its team colors: white, lime, and blue for the police, white, lime and green for ambulances, and red and yellow for the fire services.
Autonomy and space for any emergency
For now, the Skoda Enyaq iV will be offered with rear-wheel drive versions 60 and 80, with 62 and 82 kWh batteries, and powers 279 s 204 CV respectively, allowing to get from 0 to 100 km / h in 9 and 8.5 seconds. Although perhaps most important, especially in an emergency vehicle like this, is its independence, here the Enyaq iV responds with a maximum 533 km WLTP And fast charging to go from 3 to 80% only 38 minutes.
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