The concept’s interior offers two different configurations.

The driving configuration is said to emphasise the most ideal driving position available with detailed information displayed on the central infotainment system, which rotates vertically. 

Relax mode is available when charging or stopping for a rest. It moves the steering wheel and instrument cluster towards the driver and puts the first and second-row seats back for a slacked driving position. 

“The new design language is minimalist, functional and authentic. In the future, we will continue to focus on Skoda’s traditional strengths, such as generous space, easy usability and a high degree of functionality,” said Skoda design chief Oliver Stefani.

“With our new design language, we’re taking the next step and placing even greater emphasis on the customer experience.

“The great creativity of our designers and engineers is demonstrated through movable interior elements and newly developed Simply Clever features, such as an integrated child seat.

“The deliberately minimalist lines also extend the clear exterior design into the interior.”

Skoda first revealed plans to revamp itself in March, helping to “prepare the firm for the digital and electric mobility era”.


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