Interior: plenty of comfort and large infotainment screen

› ŠKODA interior design concept with central display and circular air vents
› Range-topping Style specification with digital instrument cluster, leather upholstery and electric, sliding sunroof
› Climatronic air conditioning and ventilated front seats for increased comfort in Indian climate

Mladá Boleslav / Pune, 28 February 2022 – The spacious interior of the new SLAVIA combines ŠKODA’s classic style with an Indian touch. The saloon is characterised by the latest interior design concept of ŠKODA’s European models with a free-standing infotainment display measuring up to ten inches taking centre stage and sporting new, circular air vents. The colours, decorative trim and comfort features that come as standard in the range-topping Style specification are all perfectly tailored for the Indian market.

“We have brought our current interior design concept to the SLAVIA and also drawn inspiration from the preferences of Indian customers for the colours and materials. The free-standing central display characterises the look and feel in the interior, as do the circular air vents. The embossed ŠKODA lettering on the instrument-cluster housing is a particularly striking detail of the SLAVIA.”

Oliver Stefani, Head of ŠKODA Design

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The new SLAVIA features a free-standing infotainment touchscreen measuring up to ten inches. The line running underneath is inspired by the silhouette of the ŠKODA grille and provides a hand rest for use when operating the display. The width of the spacious interior is accentuated by a horizontal decorative strip that extends up to the striking, circular air vents on both sides. The embossed ŠKODA lettering on either side of the instrument-cluster housing adds a unique touch. The door trims and dashboard are two-tone in all three trim levels. The top section is kept in black in each case, while the lower section is light beige. The driver’s seat is height-adjustable. In the Active and Ambition trim levels, the seat covers are made of fabric, while the Style specification features leather seats.



Powerful air conditioning with Air Care function and LED ambient lighting

The SLAVIA is available in the Active, Ambition and Style trim levels. The entry-level specification, Active, comes with a two-spoke steering wheel, analogue instruments and a 2.8-inch LCD display. The decorative dashboard trim comes in a black grained finish. The range of standard equipment also includes a powerful air conditioning system, LED reading lights in the front and rear, and two ISOFIX anchors and Top Tether anchor points on the rear seats. From the SLAVIA Ambition upwards, Climatronic with Air Care function and additional air vents in the rear are standard features. The LED ambient lighting also illuminates the dashboard, the storage compartment in the centre console and the door handles. The instrument cluster has a TFT display, while the gearstick and steering wheel are upholstered in leather. Vehicles fitted with a torque converter (available for Ambition and Style) or DSG (optional for Style) also boast shift paddles on the steering wheel. The decorative dashboard trim is finished in metallic silver, while the door handles, the handbrake locking button and the surround of the air vents feature a chrome finish. The armrest in the front doubles up as a storage compartment, while the armrest in the rear incorporates cup holders. The rear seats fold down in a ratio of 60:40.

Plenty of comfort in the top-end specification: ventilated leather seats and electric sliding sunroof

The range-topping trim level, Style, boasts particularly high levels of comfort. It features a chrome-plated centre console trim and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. The decorative dashboard trim features a special gloss finish. The front seats can be ventilated and the driver’s seat is height-adjustable. The seats are upholstered in perforated beige leather, which, just like the centre armrest, sports contrasting stitching. The armrests on the doors are also upholstered in leather. An electric, sliding sunroof with bounce-back feature, KESSY keyless vehicle entry, power-folding wing mirrors and a digital instrument cluster with an eight-inch colour display all come as standard.

Indian-style Simply Clever solution: lucky charm recess and a 23-litre storage capacity

The SLAVIA is equipped with a market-specific feature: a utility recess on the dashboard. This is where the driver can keep a lucky charm in clear view. Other ŠKODA-typical Simply Clever solutions include the ticket holder on the A-pillar, the storage option for sunglasses, an elasticated document holder in the door trim and the reflectors on the insides of all four doors, which allow other road users to spot the vehicle in the dark when any of its doors are open. The new SLAVIA’s interior has storage options with an overall capacity of 23 l. In addition to the utility recess on the dashboard, these include the storage compartments in the front doors as well as on the driver’s side, and the air-conditioned glove box. The centre console incorporates an open compartment, the Jumbo Box under the centre armrest, and an easy-grip rubber mat in the cup holders. The rear also features storage compartments in the doors, as well as cup holders in the armrest. Smartphones can be stored in small pockets on the front seatbacks. What’s more: boasting a capacity of 521 l, the saloon features the largest boot in the segment.

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Christian Heubner
Head of Product Communications
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Zdeněk Štěpánek
Spokesperson – Product Communications
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