​New ŠKODA ENYAQ iV earns five stars in Euro NCAP test​

The new ŠKODA ENYAQ iV achieved exceptional results in the comprehensive crash and safety tests of the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP), particularly in passenger protection. With 94% of the maximum points attainable for the protection of adults in the vehicle and 89% for the protection of children,

ŠKODA’s first all-electric SUV achieved top marks in the Euro NCAP test, which was made even more rigorous in 2020. In all other areas and with an overall score of 86% of the maximum score, the new ENYAQ iV consistently ranks in the top group.

The ŠKODA ENYAQ iV comes with up to nine airbags, including a central airbag between the front seats, and comprehensive Proactive Occupant Protection. Numerous state-of-the-art assistance systems alert the driver to potential collisions in many situations and even actively help to prevent them or minimise the consequences.

These include Front Assist with predictive pedestrian and cyclist protection , Side Assist including Rear Traffic Alert, as well as Collision Avoidance Assist, Turn Assist and Exit Warning. Travel Assist actively supports the driver in longitudinally and laterally controlling the vehicle and, along with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), also includes Adaptive Lane Assist with roadworks recognition, Traffic Jam Assist and Emergency Assist. A head-up display, in which ŠKODA has incorporated augmented reality for the first time, and full LED matrix headlights are available as options for the ENYAQ iV