If you're looking for a unique, eco-friendly, and versatile vehicle that can take you on any adventure, check out the Skoda Roadiaq. This is not your typical Skoda nor your typical camper. It's a student-designed concept car that combines the best of both worlds: a spacious and comfortable living area with a powerful and efficient electric drivetrain.
The Skoda Roadiaq is the result of a project by 31 students from the Skoda Vocational School in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic. The students spent over 2,000 hours transforming a Skoda Enyaq iV SUV into a fully functional camper van with a sleek and futuristic design. The project was supervised by Skoda's chief designer Oliver Stefani, who praised the students for their creativity and craftsmanship.
The Skoda Roadiaq camper is based on the Skoda Enyaq iV electric SUV, which previews the brand's upcoming electric models. The Roadiaq shares the same MEB platform and 82 kWh battery as the Vision iV, which gives it a range of up to 310 miles on a single charge. The battery powers two electric motors, one on each axle, that deliver a combined output of 302 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. The Roadiaq can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 112 mph.
But the Skoda Roadiaq is not just about performance. It's also about comfort and convenience. The students redesigned the interior of the Skoda Enyaq to create a cozy and spacious living area that can accommodate up to four people. The rear seats can be folded down to form a large bed, while the front seats can be rotated 180 degrees to face the rear passengers. The roof of the Roadiaq features a panoramic glass window that can be opened to let in fresh air and natural light.