Skoda Enyaq interior
The Skoda Enyaq looks a lot better inside than out, but you do have to deal with a so-so infotainment system
The interior of the Skoda Enyaq is a very nice place to sit. The design is pretty smart and gets nice fabric upholstery throughout, including on the dash as well as on the rather cushy armrests. It looks and feels really good in most places, though you’ll find scratchy plastics if you delve a little deeper.
There’s plenty of adjustment in the seats and clown-faced steering wheel too, although you’ll have to pay £440 to make the driver’s seat electric and a further £440 for the same on the passenger side – though, oddly, that latter option also adds a massaging function to the driver’s seat.
- 1. Tell us what you want from a car
- 2. We’ll tell you if it matches
- 3. Only takes 1 minute
Every version of the Skoda Enyaq gets a 13-inch infotainment system as standard, though it’s not the best on the market. It’s a bit laggy at times and the ‘Laura’ voice command system is temperamental at best. There’s a tiny digital driver’s display too, though it is functional enough.
At least there’s good support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay so you don’t have to rely solely on the in-built software.