Skoda Epiq debuts as a city SUV 2all


As you might know, Skoda’s current product lineup includes only one BEV called Enyaq, despite its parent brand VW having the ID. lineup of BEVs. In 2025, the Czech brand wants to change that with the introduction of the Epiq, an entry-level BEV with an expected starting price tag of €25,000.

What we’re seeing here is the concept—as you might have guessed it already. Now, you might be asking yourself – “the Epiq is an epic rebadge of which VW ID. model? Well, you probably remember seeing the ID. 2all concept a year ago, which is also expected to arrive in 2025 with a starting price tag of €25,000. The Epiq is classified as a city SUV crossover, as opposed to the ID. 2all—which is styled more like an all-electric Golf/Golf GTI.

In case you’re wondering as to where are the headlights, well, they’re cleverly concealed within that dark curved styling element underneath the upper grille. Notice that the T-shaped light signatures at the front are mimicked at the rear. Besides a dual-tone paint scheme, there are some orange touches to add further contrast.

The interior design is rather minimalistic, as is the case with most VW Group BEVs. The new two-spoke steering wheel features new Škoda lettering as well as physical buttons, haptic scroll wheels, and of course, orange accents. A digital cluster is tucked within the dashboard, while there’s a rather large central touchscreen. Being a BEV means, of course, you can expect the use of sustainable materials (a.k.a recycled/repurposed materials) inside. And, Skoda claims a luggage space of up to 490 litres.


Technical details are not available just yet, but you know, the options are probably gonna be the same as the ID. 2all. Skoda expects an Epiq range of over 400 km (248+ mi) on a single charge.

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