Skoda Enyaq Founders Edition is a bespoke EV crossover available to only 1,895 buyers

It was in 1895 that Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement founded the Czech car manufacturer Skoda, which has just launched the new Enyaq Founders Edition. The bespoke EV crossover will get production of just 1,895 units (assembly), 50 of which will land in the UK for £ 46,725 ($ 63,730).

This limited edition spec features 21-inch Aquarius wheels and can be ordered in Black Magic or Arctic Silver metallic finishes. Black Magic models come with black alloys (with copper accents), while Arctic Silver models have black wheels with silver accents. Both, however, feature Skoda’s Crystal Face grille which houses over 130 LEDs arranged in 18 vertical stripes, to go standard with the front and rear sport aprons.

You’ll also notice that the grille frame, as well as the window frames and roof rails are coated in gloss black, as are the rear diffuser and rear apron. Meanwhile, the Arctic Silver model gets black lettering on the tailgate (for contrasting purposes), while the Black Magic version has copper markings. In addition, there is a special Founders Edition badge integrated into the front fender section.

As for the interior, each Founders Edition model comes with its own unique plate on the steering wheel, showing the vehicle number. All models are equipped with the Skoda Design Selection Suite pack, with piano black decorative stripes, drive mode selector, progressive steering, advanced keyless lock and start system, wireless charging for mobile devices and a driver alert.

Other highlights include black leather seats with cognac brown piping, black headlining, heated three-spoke leather steering wheel, aluminum pedals, private rear windows and acoustic side windows.

The Skoda Enyaq Founders Edition is powered by an 82 kWh battery and comes with 125 kW Fast DC charging capabilities as standard. When using a DS fast charger, you can charge the crossover to 80% in just 38 minutes, while a full charge via a typical AC wallbox (7kW 32A) will take around 13 hours.

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