Ahead of an official unveiling in August, Audi has given us our first, unobstructed look at the interior of the e-tron, the brand’s upcoming all-electric SUV. Along with a generous amount of photos, the German automaker also revealed a bit more information about the model.

For starters, the e-tron will have a wheelbase of 2,928 mm, with Audi saying there is ample space for five occupants and their bags. Additionally, the brand claims best in class (full-size SUV segment) interior length, head room (front and rear rows) as well as knee room in the second seat row.

Audi also claims a certain degree of acoustic comfort with special soundproofing and sealing in all zones that could transmit noise interference. It adds that wind noise at speeds of around 85 km/h are almost imperceptible to occupants.

As with more recent Audi models (A6, A7 Sportback, A8 and Q8), there’s no shortage of displays for your eyes to look at. In front of the driver is a configurable digital instrument cluster, while the main dash accommodates another unit for the infotainment system. Just below it is a slightly smaller display for the car’s climate control, convenience functions and text input.

So far, everything appears pretty much like a modern Audi but look closely at the doors and you’ll spot the 7-inch OLED screens. These are linked to the optional side-view cameras that replace the traditional side mirrors that we’re all used to. With the digital system, drivers will get to choose from three views in the MMI system for different situations – highway driving, turning and parking.

Another unique interior detail is the gear selector/hand rest, which Audi says “appears to float above the console.” Depending on the selected equipment line, there are a number of upholstery materials available, including Valcona leather and dark brushed aluminium. The seats also sport a motif reminiscent of electric circuit boards, and can be specified with contrasting stitching and piping in orange to drive home the high-voltage electrical system look.

Other available systems include an ambient lighting package that traces the interior’s basic lines, an illuminated e-tron badge and Bang & Olufsen sound system. The last item comes with 16 loudspeakers and an amplifier delivering up to 705 watts of power.