The all-electric Elroq: breaking new ground in the compact SUV segment

The all-new, all-electric Škoda Elroq SUV will be the perfect companion for all adventures with its compact shape and a particularly small turning circle. With its striking, rugged body, the Elroq is instantly recognisable. All-wheel drive is available as an option for trips off the beaten track.

Slotting in between the Enyaq family and the upcoming smallest SUV model, the Škoda Epiq, the Elroq is the electric alternative to the Škoda Karoq.

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Modern Solid design with Tech-Deck Face instead of the familiar Škoda grille

The Elroq is the first Škoda production model to adopt the new Modern Solid design language. The front features the Tech-Deck Face and new bonnet lettering. The Modern Solid design language represents a fundamental change - it combines robustness, functionality and authenticity while conveying a sense of safety and strength, looking at typical Škoda design elements from a completely new perspective.

LED headlights with delicate lines, new four-eye face and minimalist 2D look

The LED headlights of the Elroq feature a striking new design. Slim upper light strips are present for the position lights and indicators, along with daytime running lights. Below, two LED modules for the low beam and high beam offer a horizontal reinterpretation of our iconic four-eye face, ensuring maximum visibility in the dark.

The top‑of‑the-range LED Matrix beam headlights are made up of 36 individual light segments. Additionally, the upper part of the headlight features a newly designed daytime running light with four rectangular openings. For the rear lights, we remain true to established design principles with C-shaped light graphics and partially illuminated crystalline elements, harmonising with the Modern Solid design language.

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Gently sloping roofline and aerodynamically optimised wheels

The side profile of the Elroq features a dynamic arc beginning at the A-pillar, extending to a gently sloping roofline that merges seamlessly into a roof spoiler above the tailgate. This enables excellent aerodynamics, achieving a drag coefficient as low as 0.26. The vehicle also features aerodynamically optimised wheels and a wheel gap reducer, which extends the wheel arch cladding to enhance airflow. Wheel sizes range from 19 to 21 inches.

Four available powertrain options and a range of more than 348 miles

The Elroq is built on the Volkswagen Group’s Modular Electrification Toolkit (MEB) and will come with four powertrain variants; 50, 60, 85 and 85x. These models vary in battery capacity and corresponding power output, ranging from 170 PS (125 kW) to 300 PS (220 kW).

At the top of the family, the Elroq 85 and 85x reach a top speed of 112 mph and deliver an electric range of more than 348 miles.

Battery versions






Battery type


Battery capacity (kWh) (gross/net)




Power output (PS / kW)

170 / 125

204 / 150

285 / 210

300 / 220

Top speed (MPH / km/h)

100 / 160

112 / 180


Rear-wheel drive

All-wheel drive with dual motor configuration

DC fast-charging at up to 175 kW

All variants of the Elroq support DC fast-charging although the maximum charging rates differ. The Elroq 85 and Elroq 85x offer DC charging at up to 175 kW. The batteries of all four powertrain versions can be charged from 10 per cent to 80 per cent in under 28 minutes.

At AC stations all Elroq models charge at rates of up to 11 kW, completing a full charge in approximately 5.5 to 8 hours depending on the variant.

The Elroq supports automatic and manual battery pre-conditioning. The battery pre-conditioning feature preheats the battery in preparation for DC charging in low ambient temperatures and thus optimises charging speed.

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Plenty of space and Simply Clever features

Despite its compact size, the Elroq offers plenty of space for passengers’ luggage. Its boot capacity of 470 litres can be expanded to as much as 1,580 litres by folding down the rear seats. There are also numerous storage options in the interior with a total capacity of 48 litres. The compact SUV also marks the premiere of brand new Simply Clever features.

These include a practical, optional storage net for a charging cable under the parcel shelf. The parcel shelf itself is adjustable, enabling smart and flexible use of the cargo space. The Elroq also offers two additional storage compartments on the sides of the boot.

A useful new feature is a QR code in the boot. After scanning, it provides a quick overview of the equipment and functions available in the vehicle or shows interactive video instructions on how to use the parcel shelf or net systems, for example.

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Safety and comfort thanks to advanced assistance systems and up to nine airbags

Coming with a wide range of safety and assistance systems as standard as well as a large number of advanced sensors, the Elroq offers a high level of passive and active safety. The assistance systems include Travel Assist which now features a greatly expanded use of swarm data in its latest version.

Intelligent Park Assist offers Remote Parking and Remote Trained Parking functions. With Remote Parking, drivers can conveniently control parking manoeuvres from outside the vehicle and up to four metres away, using a smartphone and the MyŠkoda app.

Trained Parking enables drivers to “teach” the Elroq to remember approaches of up to 50 metres in length to a total of five different parking spaces. The Elroq is then able to drive there and park itself automatically.

For a high level of passive safety, Elroq comes with up to nine airbags. Airbags for the driver and front passenger, head airbags, front side airbags and a central airbag between the front seats are already on board as standard, with rear side airbags are available as an option.