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SKODA ENYAQ iV makes its debut as the lead vehicle in the Tour de France

In addition, the ENYAQ iV has a modified chassis for its use in the Tour de France, making it ideally equipped to meet all the demands of the competition. This walkaround video shows how the ENYAQ iV was transformed for the Tour de France.

Up to 250 ŠKODA vehicles deployed at the Tour de France, including 30 with the iV badge The ENYAQ iV is part of a fleet of up to 250 vehicles that ŠKODA is providing to the organisation and race management during its 17th engagement as the official main partner of the Tour de France. This year, the Czech car manufacturer is emphasising the topics of sustainability and electric mobility: 30 vehicles from the fleet are ŠKODA iV models with plug-in hybrid drive or fully electric drive. Since they symbolise sustainable individual mobility just as the bicycle does, the Tour de France provides a perfect stage to present the vehicles to an international audience.

To support this year’s Tour de France, ŠKODA is rolling out the 360-degree campaign ‘To the Greatest Family of all: Cyclists’, which conveys the brand’s passion for cycling and emphasises the team spirit unifying the global cycling community.

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Sep 06, 2020 at 18:56

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Video: ŠKODA ENYAQ iV makes its debut as the lead vehicle in the Tour de France

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Sep 01, 2020 by ŠKODA VIMEO PRO

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The red-painted ENYAQ iV has a panoramic glass roof, six antennas, special sirens, a refrigerator and a state-of-the-art communication and command centre in the rear. This equipment allows information to be transmitted to and from the vehicle, and Christian Prudhomme can also give instructions and organise the traffic in the field of participants from here.

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