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Skoda might be Volkswagen Group’s budget brand, but that hasn’t stopped it from creating an all-new version of its Enyaq electric SUV, aimed at providing the most premium and luxurious experience possible.
Badged the Skoda Enyaq L&K, this new top trim level is the first electric Skoda to wear the L&K designation, named after the firm’s founders, Václav Laurin and Václav Klement. The car is available to order from 10 January and prices start from £51,340 for the SUV version, rising to £53,240 for the Enyaq Coupe L&K. That makes this one of the brand’s most expensive models ever.
For your extra Koruna, choosing the Laurin & Klement specification nets you exclusive Platinum Grey detailing on the exterior, as well as Skoda’s illuminated Crystal Face grille, which can also be found on the hot Skoda Enyaq vRS. As standard, the Enyaq L&K gets 20-inch model-specific alloy wheels, although buyers after maximum kerb appeal can opt for larger 21-inch alloys as an option.
On the inside, two specifications are available: L&K Shell and L&K Black. The former introduces a light beige upholstery, while the other, as its name suggests, brings traditional black leather. Both configurations include heated, ventilated and massaging front seats which also feature exclusive Laurin & Klement stitching on the headrests, adding to the premium feel.
Other standard kit also includes a heated windscreen and rear seats, a head-up display and an upgraded Canton sound system.
Skoda is yet to give an exact timeline for when first deliveries are expected to arrive, but has said they are due ‘later in 2024’.
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