The design of the Eos' roof means the windscreen pillars do not slope as steeply as those in some rivals, so entry to and exit from the cabin is easier, and you are less likely to bump your head on the windscreen pillars. The driving position is excellent, with plenty of adjustment and decent all-round vision with the roof raised. The dashboard layout is logical.
Volkswagen EOS Coupe space & practicality
The Eos is one of the few four-seat convertibles that lives up to the tag. Two adults can fit in the rear of the Eos without feeling too cramped, even with the roof up. Entry and exit from the rear seats is good for this class, too. Boot space is sufficient for a couple of cases with the roof folded, and average for the class with it raised.
Volkswagen EOS Coupe equipment
On all models, the folding roof design includes an integrated sunroof. Every version comes with alloy wheels, air-conditioning, all-round electric windows, rear parking sensors and automatic lights and wipers. Sport models have lowered suspension while Top-spec Exclusive versions have darkened rear lights, heated front seats, leather trim and climate control.