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The Škoda Elroq is another electric SUV on the MEB platform and offers three different battery packs

The new Elroq will be sold with a range of over 560 km in the top-spec version.

This is the best look yet at the latest acquisition in Škoda's range of electric vehicles. A new model called elroq, is a compact SUV and the first Škoda to adopt the brand's new design language Modern Solid. It shares a lot of technology with the model Enyag, and sales should start at the end of this year.

Newly released photos of the model show him with leather green-black camouflage and it definitely looks recognizable as a Škoda model. The front includes a small lower grille, while the Škoda badge is found on the front bumper. Camouflage hides well some small details, but we can see that the mask is definitely quite angular and includes a pair sharp headlights.

When viewed from the side, the short front and rear overhangs, the pronounced side line and the design lines that run along the bottom of the doors stand out. Flamingo graphic it's fun on the rear windows, and Škoda says they equipped the Elroq with wheels that were "aerodynamically optimized". They will be available in sizes from 19 to 20 inches and contribute to the total drag coefficient of 0,26.

The model is based on the known MEB platform of the VW group, and Škoda will sell it in Elroq 50, 60, 85 and 85x versions. The base model has a 55 kWh battery and a 168 hp (125 kW) electric motor on the rear axle, while Elroq 60 equipped with a larger battery with 63 kWh and an electric motor with 201 hp (150 kW), also on the rear wheels. Both versions will be capable of 160 km/h.

Under the skin of models 85 and 85x an 82 kWh battery is hidden. Standard Elroq 85 combines this package with a 282 hp (210 kW) rear engine, while the 85x adds a small front-axle engine for a total of 295 hp (220 kW). Damage promises range for both versions more than 560 km.

All cars elroq they support DC fast charging, although only the 85 and 85x models support charging with a power of 175 kW. Skoda says all models with a DC charger can charge from 10 to 80% in less than 28 minutes. All models are charged via an AC charger with power up to 11 kW.

Škoda equipped the new electric vehicle with a driving assistance system Travel Assistant, remote parking system and up to nine airbags. While dozens of photos of the SUV's exterior have been released, shots of the interior have yet to be released. The Czech automaker says there will be plenty of storage space in the cabin and 470 liters of luggage space, or 1.580 liters with the rear seats folded. elroq will also work with the app MySkoda.

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