ENYAQ iV accompanied cyclists in three stages. It first appeared the day after its world premiere in the 5th stage from Gap to Privas.
The passenger of the ENYAQ iV was also the general director of Tour de France Christian Prudhomme.
Cyclists had to cover 3,484 km during this year's Tour and could all the time rely on the support of ŠKODA cars.
The Czech electric car returned to the track in the last two stages and thus appeared on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
In addition to the ENYAQ iV model, SUPERB iV cars had an integral place in the ŠKODA fleet on the Tour de France. It accompanied the winner of the 12th stage, Marc Hirschi, as he passed the finish line.
In addition to the race, the capabilities of the new model were also tested by a demonstration trip to the legendary Col du Galibier.
The Northern Irish cyclist and youtuber Cameron Jeffers made the ENYAQ iV company on the challenging climb.
Col du Galibier reaches 2,642 meters above sea level and is one of the highest points in the history of the Tour de France.