The shape of the coupe does not necessarily mean that the interior can only be used with compromises. The Enyaq Coupé’s clever draw is that it has a fixed, non-opening, heat-reflecting glass top unlike the traditional disc, upholstery assembly, saving a few inches that the car would lose in headroom due to its sportier profile. An added benefit is that the incoming light makes the cabin feel more spacious, although you don’t really need a visual tuning. The air gap between taller people’s heads and the roof is nearly as wide at the front, and there can be no complaints about roof height in the back row either.
To make yourself feel at home – it also conjures up the luxurious names of the interiors: Loft, Lodge, Lounge, Suite, although we only came across one of the delicate furnishings while sitting in the RS version. Nice touch, quality materials throughout, complete with exciting styling, beautiful decorative stitching, and the little jokes you’ve come to expect from a Skoda. Only the door pull plastic element stands out a little from this kind of quality, it’s just a bare piece of plastic, no upholstery, smooth paint.
The dashboard is relatively small, rising to just 5.3 inches in the era of screen-size screen surfaces. It doesn’t even need to be bigger here, it can be displayed at that size, and the HUD screen can also display a lot of information on the windshield, from speed to navigation instructions to lane data. The center screen has grown larger, with a 13-inch display picture quality, but it’s a little weird, rising to the top of the center console. True, if they are combined, then they cannot be placed in such a visible high place. Although there aren’t many buttons, there are also physical buttons that help you navigate the menus by instantly taking you to the settings for each function.
The flat steering wheel is nice, but it’s also nice to feel, and the roll-up small metal cylinders are great to use. It’s a shame that neither the climate nor the volume control have a regular off-wheel audio button on the steering wheel. Smaller and larger compartments, pockets, and recesses, waiting for things you need while traveling, there is a dual cup holder, foldable armrest, a phone/tablet pocket in the back of the seats, a small removable storage compartment in the rear legroom and USB-C Taken by numbers.
The trunk is slightly smaller – 15 liters – than the standard variant of the Enyaq body, 570 liters. On the other hand, the rear seats can be tilted from the trunk after pulling a lever, almost flat – in this case the trunk is 1610 liters – there is a 12V connector, proper lighting, deep recesses for the charging cable, but unfortunately no extra shoe in the nose. However, there is an awning that can be pulled out of the driver’s door, and there is the usual snow scraper, albeit not under the fuel cap, but sliding into the side of the motorized tailgate.
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