No pictures are available of interior just yet but what we do know is Skoda are highlighting its innovatively designed interior, which conveys an all-new feeling of spaciousness. The vehicle also offers state-of-the-art connectivity and infotainment solutions: The driver is shown all of the relevant information via a free-standing, 13-inch central display and, if desired, a head-up display with augmented reality. A permanent Internet connection ensures that all information is always up-to-date. With its generous amount of space, which exudes a lounge-like character, and a 585-litre boot, the ŠKODA ENYAQ iV is ideal for families and lifestyle-oriented customers looking for an electric vehicle that is both sustainable and fully suitable for everyday use. With the introduction of the ENYAQ iV, ŠKODA is also introducing a new concept for the interior: sustainable materials such as olive leather are used for the first time in a production car. Customers can also opt for other designs to suit their preferences.
From the prototype reviews we understand that the interior is focused on a glorious 13-inch touchscreen.
The cabin of the test model was covered in cloth and journalists were prevented from taking any pictures inside. But they say this feels like a typically premium product, with a level of sophistication we’ve not seen from the Czech brand before.
In addition to that gigantic infotainment screen on high-end versions, the Enyaq will also be offered with an augmented-reality heads-up display – taking overlaid navigation instructions in the style of the latest Mercedes A-Class and overlaying them directly in your line of sight. Unfortunately, this technology wasn’t fitted to the cars journalists had at their disposal.
Faults and Technical chat for the Skoda Enyaq