Cabin will reflect advanced design methods exuding modern living environments, with the use of natural and recycled materials
With the official unveil lined up for 1st September 2020, Skoda has further unveiled the use of natural and recycled materials and a living environment theme. Norbert Weber, Head of Interior Design, Skoda, has explained more about the MEB platform’s advantages for interior design. He mentions how the longer wheelbase in relation to the body dimension of the Enyak has offered a spacious cabin. The flat floor, which lacks the central tunnel we find in vehicles with combustion engines, also contributes to this. We have used this conceptual feature to make the interior visually even airier and to create a feeling of even more space. Reminiscent of modern living spaces, colour coordination and use of different material have provided a distinct appeal to the interior.
The lack of a central tunnel offers numerous possibilities. At the front, space is utilised for an additional storage compartment beneath the centre console, which is arranged over several levels. Rear passengers benefit from the extra space in front of the centre seat as well as the exceptionally generous legroom for the seats either side. In addition to this space for passengers, the ENYAQ iV also offers a boot capacity of 585 litres being generous for its segment. When it comes to materials, the seat covers are made of 40 percent wool and 60 percent polyester (which is made from recycled PET bottles). Even the leather tanning is done using an extract from olive tree leaves instead of using chemicals. Other innovative elements include features such as the 13-inch central screen and the new head-up display.