Skoda has revealed its ninth and latest apprentice car which has been designed by students at the Skoda Academy.
Dubbed as Skoda RoadiaqThis car has been converted into a mobile home that can be used as a mobile office or bedroom.
The 29 students used the regular Skoda Enayq iV as a base and spent over 2000 hours transforming the electric vehicle (EV) into its final form.
Some of the exterior highlights of the Skoda Roadiaq include a raised roof to allow for more interior space, a modified rear left door handle and a redesigned tailgate that allows for the installation of a tent in the rear.
Compared to the production Skoda Enyaq iV, the Roadiaq is 434mm taller at 2050mm, has a slightly longer wheelbase at 2770mm and has more ground clearance at 190mm.
The Roadiaq’s 4649mm long and 1879mm wide measurements are unchanged from the regular Enyaq.
The cars dual-motor all-wheel drive the powertrain remains unchanged with a total system output of 195kW. It also has the same 82kWh battery pack as a regular model and has the claimed WLTP range 495km.
Inside, the Roadiaq is a workstation up front with a special tablet holder on an adjustable arm. In the back there is also a 27-inch monitor with a docking station, wireless keyboard and mouse.
There is also custom-made furniture that allows the Roadiaq’s living room to be transformed into a bedroom. Included are showers, coffee machines, folding tables and chairs, power outlets, and fully equipped kitchenettes with stoves.
Roadiaq electrical equipment can be powered by solar panels, or when camping it can be connected to the mains.
The exterior of the car has been given a two-tone Moon White and Emerald Green finish, while the interior features several recycled materials and is fully recyclable.
The latest creation by Skoda Academy students joins the Kamiq-based Afriq rally car, the Scala-based Slavia speedster, the Kodiaq-based Mountiaq ute, the Karoq-based Sunroq convertible and the Fabia-based Funstar ute.
As such, the Roadiaq will not be offered in showrooms as it is a one-off.
Skoda Australia recently confirmed its initial plans for the Enyaq electric crossover and Enyaq Coupe, ahead of bookings opening around the second quarter of 2024.
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