Just before the global unveiling on September 1, Skoda gave a glimpse of the interiors of the upcoming Enyaq iV. The car will be the brand’s first fully-electric model which will be based on Volkswagen’s MEB platform.
Just to remind you, the MEB is Volkswagen’s platform that underpins cars like the ID.3 hatchback. The absence of a transmission tunnel in this platform favors in ensuring the car feels airier than conventional cars.
The design sketch shows that the Enyaq will get a storage cubby underneath the center console and will also get a multi-level dashboard. Skoda has also revealed that the car will get 585 liters of boot space, a 13-inch central touch screen infotainment system, and a head-up display with AR capabilities.
Skoda claims there is a generous amount of space at the rear meaning there will be a decent amount of legroom. Space is expected to match the Skoda Kodiaq SUV despite being shorter than the new Octavia.