Third row of seats and boot capacity set standards, new interior design: instrument panel with two symmetrical zones, upright air vents, touch display in sophisticated glass design, intuitive operation: cockpit features logical and user-friendly layout. These are the elements which carachterise Škoda’s new large SUV. The day before the official reveal of the model, the photos emphasize that Škoda has implemented their design language in the cockpit and the interior and, at the same time, the images highlight the brand’s high and uncompromising standards in terms of functionality and build quality. Škoda is setting new standards in interior space: the Kodiaq features the largest boot in its class and is optionally available as a seven-seater.

The elegantly designed dashboard is uncluttered. It is divided into two symmetrical zones for driver and passenger. Distinctive vertical elements, such as the four large air inlets characterise the interior.  The middle ones flank the on-board monitor. Their edges run along the top of the instrument panel and form a trapezoid, which reflects the Škoda Kodiaq’s bonnet. The large display has an elegant glass design with ‘Simply Clever’ operation – logical and intuitive. All switches and functions are easily accessible with a self-explanatory layout. The model can react flexibly to various seating and cargo requirements thanks to longitudinally adjustable reclining seats.