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World premiere of the new Škoda Enyaq iV will be live on site and virtual

Live on site and virtual: World premiere of the new Škoda Enyaq iV on 1 September 2020 will be a two-in-one event
World premiere of the new Škoda Enyaq iV . . . (Illustration: Škoda)

The world premiere of the new Škoda Enyaq iV at 7:00 pm on 1 September will be a two-in-one event. The presentation of the brand’s first battery-electric SUV in Prague will, for the first time, be flanked by a new virtual online event format for all Škoda fans, allowing them to participate live, without access restrictions.

Individually controllable 360-degree cameras will convey a sense of physically being in the venue. Before and after the livestream of the model presentation, users will be able to move freely through a virtual Škoda pavilion. A digital showroom will allow them to view first the Škoda Vision iV concept car and then the Škoda Enyaq iV, from any desired perspective. In addition to interview sessions in the live studio, the Škoda Cinema will offer a wealth of videos covering all aspects of the company. In the digital showroom, users will be able to view selected models from 125 years of company history, displayed on a turntable. And Škoda will also offer insights into its longstanding support of the Tour de France.
Before and after the world premiere of the Škoda Enyaq iV, all online visitors will be free to explore the virtual Škoda pavilion. Its digital showroom will initially feature the Vision iV concept car, which previewed many elements of the new, purely battery-electric SUV. After the live presentation, the showroom will feature the Enyaq iV. The 360-degree view will enable users to look at both vehicles from all sides. Comprehensive background material on the two models will be available for download as well. The live studio programme includes interviews with experts. Users clicking into the interview studio will be able to use a 360-degree camera to enjoy an overview of the entire studio space. This is where, in the 20 minutes before and after the unveiling of the Enyaq iV, presenters will discuss a wide range of interesting Škoda topics. Moreover, viewers will be able to send in their own questions in real time, via the company’s social media channels. In the Škoda Cinema, users will be able to view selected models from 125 years of company history, displayed on a turntable in a digital showroom.
Just like the guests at the vehicle presentation in Prague, people attending the virtual event will be able to decide for themselves what interests them most and in which order they would like to view the different areas. The only exception is the livestream, which will begin at 7:00 pm, with users reminded of its start one minute ahead of time. The virtual pavilion will open to visitors twenty minutes before the presentation and will remain available to view for another two hours after the event.
Participating in the virtual premiere of the Škoda Enyaq iV is quick and easy. Interested users will need to go to https://skoda-virtual-event.com or use Škoda’s social media channels (Facebook and Twitter) or the Škoda Storyboard (www.skoda-storyboard.com) to arrive at the landing page for the virtual presentation. After a brief compatibility check of the device’s operating system and a version check of the Chrome, Firefox or Safari browser software, they will gain unlimited access free of charge.