The interior layout, fit and finish
If you like a lofty seating position, you’ll love the Enyaq Coupé because the front seats are perched nice and high. Like the standard Skoda Enyaq, it’s not quite Range Rover high, but you’ll sit higher than you do in the Polestar 2 and Tesla Model 3.
To help you get comfortable, the standard seats offer plenty of support and come with lots of adjustment, so you can find the perfect driving position. If you avoid the entry-level 60 version, you’ll also get adjustable lumbar support. To complete the package, the steering wheel has plenty of adjustment in all directions.
All trim levels come with dual-zone climate control and a large (13in) landscape-orientated infotainment screen in the centre of the dash that’s bright and easy to use. That’s bigger than the 9.0in tablet-style touchscreen in the Volvo C40, but the Enyaq Coupé’s software takes longer to respond to your prods than the C40's set-up.
You do, however, get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard (something that’s yet to appear on the C40), as well as DAB radio, Bluetooth and built-in sat-nav with all versions.
The infotainment is controlled with the touchscreen rather than a less-distracting rotary controller, but at least the icons are large and clear so you don’t need to strain your eyes too hard to find the one you want.
Overall, the Enyaq Coupé's interior is a pleasant place to be. It feels pretty well screwed together and there's plenty of squidgy plastic on the dashboard and the insides of the doors, plus piano-black and metal highlights to jazz things up. If you go for Loft trim, large parts of the dashboard are even trimmed in fabric.