I think that's part of Skoda's design philosophy for the Enyaq. At a glance it looks just like any other ICE Skoda, you have to look closely to see that the front grille (which identifies it as a modern Skoda) isn't actually open. Compare the front bumper with the new Superb for example. So it's more acceptable to people who don't want to make the change to a car that screams 'look at me, I'm different'. Audi did the same with the Q4 etron, it still looks like any other Audi Q-series if you passed it on the road. VW chose to lose the front grille completely, but to be fair the ID.3/ID.4 do still look like Volkswagens. But I'd say they went too far (probably for the American market) in making the ID.4 look too dull and uninteresting.
Ordered Aug 2021: Enyaq iV 80 Sportline, Energy Blue, 125kW charging, Assisted Drive Plus, Transport, Heat Pump, Infotainment Plus, Convenience Plus, Comfort Seat Plus.