Skoda has just released a first batch of images depicting the Kodiaq’s cabin.
While the steering wheel and door panels might be similar to those found on the Superb, the overall dashboard layout is completely different.
The instrument panel features two symmetrical zones, the air vents are positioned vertically instead of horizontally like on the Superb or the Octavia, and the touch display comes with a sophisticated glass design.
According to Skoda, all switches and functions are easy to access and the whole interior comes with a self-explanatory layout, which means that you won’t have to waste too much time trying to figure out what certain buttons do.
The developers of the Kodiaq have managed to put together as large of an interior as possible using the car’s external dimensions of 4.70 meters (15.4 ft) in length and 1.88 meters (6.16 ft) in width. Also, with a volume of 720 (25.4 cu.ft) to 2,065 liters (72.9 cu.ft) with the seats folded, the Kodiaq is said to feature the largest boot in its class.
In terms of options, Kodiaq buyers will benefit from features such as the heated steering wheel, plus more than 30 ‘Simply Clever’ solutions such as door edge protection, electric child safety and sleep headrests.
Skoda will be debuting the Kodiaq in Berlin, Thursday, on September 1st.