Skoda Enyaq iV Electric SUV Interior Design Revealed
Skoda says the interior will be made up of sustainably produced and recycled materials.
Skoda Enyaq iV electric SUV interior design has been revealed by the Czech automaker, ahead of its world premiere that is scheduled to take place on 1st September.
The first electric SUV from Skoda will be based on the MEB platform and according to the automaker, the Skoda Enyaq iV interior design reflects modern living environments.
Designed to be spacious inside, the Enyaq iV gets a 13-inch central infotainment screen and a new head-up display with augmented reality. Surprisingly, it has not adopted a Tesla-like portrait screen.
However, the screen is big and will show all the paraphernalia associated with an electric vehicle such as range, battery condition and other usual things such as navigation.
A design highlight is the decorative trim that spans the entire width of the ENYAQ iV from the dashboard to the door panels. The 2-spoke steering wheel, multi-layer dashboard, slim air vents with a minimalist centre console, all make the interior look fresh and contemporary.
Being an electric SUV, the car also benefits from the flat floor, while the extra space created by it has been utilised for making more storage spaces. Skoda also says the boot has 585 litres of storage space.
For the first time, Skoda will provide option packages in its models with the Enyaq iV. The car’s interior will come with various themes that customers can choose from. However, the number of themes available have not been mentioned.
But, Skoda says one theme would see the seat covers made up of 40 percent wool and 60 percent polyester made from from recycled PET bottles. These covers are claimed to have a unique feel to them.
One other example will make use of leather which is produced in a sustainable way by using an extract from olive tree leaves instead of chemicals for tanning.