Dissapointing

All Skoda Enyaq related discussions
Yakin
Posts: 9
Joined: Fri Oct 13, 2023 1:29 pm

Post by Yakin »

Yeah I would be pissed off in that situation too to be fair.

C2atb
Posts: 552
Joined: Sun Sep 12, 2021 8:48 pm

Post by C2atb »

Vrsjones wrote: Thu Oct 12, 2023 8:28 am So I bought my Enyaq VRs around 6 months ago. That was when it had been released 6 months so I’d say it’s been out approx 1 year and already they have done an update to the engine and other bits and bobs to make it more powerful and more eco. It will also now charge quicker. I’m gutted by this considering it’s only been out 1 year. Interesting read.

https://www.skoda.co.uk/news/details/mo ... -enyaq-vrs
How did they make it more powerful? Can this be done on all models ?
Vrsjones
Posts: 106
Joined: Thu Apr 06, 2023 7:43 pm

Post by Vrsjones »

I have no idea. It’s just int he article. I’m so pleased with the car though. Suspension is rock hard but I don’t mind that. Some of my back seat passengers do though. I’m not really sure but was air suspension ever an option?
Skoda Enyaq IV Vrs with all the bits and bobs that come with the Vrs
Ken3966
Posts: 362
Joined: Fri Apr 07, 2023 11:12 am

Post by Ken3966 »

My vRS has adjustable suspension fitted, I find the ride acceptable, much better than on 3 Yetis I had in the past.
Surprisingly Sport setting is excellent as it smooths out a lot of the wallowing.

Apparently they have a new design of rear motor in the 85x and vRS which is more powerful. I suspect the vRS can get more out of it briefly as can the current car, as long as over 88% charged and battery at suitable temperature. I doubt I have ever seen this extra power in mine as I only charge to 100% before a long journey away from home when I drive gently in eco mode!
Grey vrs coupe with 20” wheels, heat pump, heated windscreen and rear seat, adjustable suspension, Canton sound and head up display
User avatar
riki1
Posts: 56
Joined: Sun Nov 05, 2023 11:46 am
Contact:

Post by riki1 »

C2atb wrote: Thu Oct 19, 2023 4:17 pm
Vrsjones wrote: Thu Oct 12, 2023 8:28 am So I bought my Enyaq VRs around 6 months ago. That was when it had been released 6 months so I’d say it’s been out approx 1 year and already they have done an update to the engine and other bits and bobs to make it more powerful and more eco. It will also now charge quicker. I’m gutted by this considering it’s only been out 1 year. Interesting read.

https://www.skoda.co.uk/news/details/mo ... -enyaq-vrs
How did they make it more powerful? Can this be done on all models ?
There will be a new rear engine (the front remains unchanged), now the rear engine has 150 kW then it will have 210 kW.

I've had my Enyaq VRS for about two months and I don't think I need more power or torque, it's absolutely enough for me. And I drive a Hayabusa, so I know what performance and acceleration are.
SKODA Enyaq RS Coupe, ( riki1.eu )
Post Reply