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Skoda Elroq EV Interiors Revealed Ahead Of Official Unveil On March 15

Czech automaker Skoda Auto is gearing up to unveil a new electric vehicle called the Elroq, which will be the brand’s smallest and most budget-friendly model in the electric car market. Skoda has previously confirmed that it will officially unveil the Elroq EV on March 15 for all global markets. Ahead of the official unveil, the automaker has offered a sneak peek of the interior on its social media platforms.

The Skoda Elroq EV is slated to be a compact electric SUV and will be positioned as the manufacturer’s entry-level offering in the electric vehicle segment after the Enyaq EV. The Elroq EV is expected to hit the markets by early next year and could potentially make its way to the Indian market later on.


Skoda Elroq EV Interior Revealed 

The interior sketch of the Skoda Elroq EV reveals a minimalist dashboard design featuring a three-spoke steering wheel and a small digital screen serving as the instrument cluster. The centerpiece of the dashboard is a large floating touchscreen display, complemented by a row of physical buttons underneath. The cabin boasts LED ambient lighting on the dashboard and doors.


Skoda Elroq EV – Exterior Design 

Talking about the exterior design, it is likely that the Skoda Elroq electric SUV may share design elements with the popular Karoq SUV and draw inspiration from Skoda’s Vision 75 concept showcased previously. With an expected length of around four meters, the Elroq is anticipated to feature typical electric vehicle characteristics such as a closed-out grille, LED headlights with DRL setup, and an illuminated Skoda logo at the front.


Skoda Elroq EV – Powertrain 

In terms of powertrain, as the Elroq EV is an entry-level electric car, it is anticipated to offer a smaller battery pack compared to the Enyaq, with options ranging from 50kWh to 75kWh in capacity.