ŠKODA’s first fully electric EV to wear the brand’s vRS badge will hit UK shores in July this year.
Starting at £51,885 OTR, the ENYAQ Coupé iV vRS will be available to order from 17 February.
It has an 82kWh battery and can do 309 miles under WLTP testing.
Twin motors on either axle produce a combined output of 299PS, a 0-62mph sprint in 6.5 seconds and a top speed of 111mph.
When connected to a 150kW charger, the vRS can be charged to 80% in 36 minutes.
Design highlights include sports front and rear bumpers and gloss black surrounds for the grille, window trim and rear diffuser.
Accompanying this are badges, tailgate lettering and an air curtain trim on the front apron – which is finished in black.
A panoramic glass roof and black 20-inch Taurus wheels come as standard, while 21-inch Visions wheels are available as an option.
Full LED matrix headlights and a crystal face, where the vertical ribs of the grille are illuminated by 131 LEDs, also come as standard.
The interior features heated black leather sports seats, grey piping and integrated stitching and a leather steering wheel. The dashboard has been covered in leather-look material to match the seats.
ŠKODA said more details will follow after the market introduction of the vRS models.