The modelRead full review
Range-topping, sportiest version of the Enyaq lacks enough driver appeal to justify its premium over cheaper versions. We'd suggest choosing a cheaper Enyaq or, if you're looking for an electric SUV that's fast and fairly fun to drive, consider the Kia EV6 AWD.
The trimSee full equipment
The ‘80’ version adds steering wheel-mounted paddles for manually adjusting the level of regenerative braking on the move, along with a range of driving modes, front and rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera and a heated steering wheels. Ecosuite trim gets you a sustainably sourced, naturally treated, brown leather interior.
The engineSee full engine specs
The more powerful motor option has 201bhp. However, the '80' has to lug around a heavier battery pack than the '60' version, so acceleration isn't much different, with 0-62mph in 8.7sec. It has a much longer official range, though: 339 miles and it can charge at up to 125kW, if you tick the right option box.
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