Access to our van’s cargo bay was by means of a sliding nearside door plus twin rear doors.
The latter could be swung through 90°, then through 270° – an optional arrangement – and latched against the vehicle’s sides if their user-friendly stays were released.
They opened to reveal a load area with no less than 14 tie-down points, including three on each of the rear door pillars.
Grab handles aided both side and rear access.
A shelf above the cab accessible solely from the load area proved to be a handy place to stow tie-down straps.
The sides and doors were partially protected from scratches and scrapes to half their height by hardboard, but there was no cover for the floor and no protection for the wheel boxes.
Externally, side rubbing strips protected the Movano from minor dings and scrapes.