Ok, here's a weird question. In my previous cars I have been able to keep my size 11 foot's heal on the ground and just pivot my toe from gas to brake. In the Evoque, the gas is farther away than the brake. When I pivot to the left I hit the side of the brake, and when I raise my toe higher to get over the brake, my toe hits the bottom of the dash board. With my heal on the ground, my toe actually hits and stops at the bottom of the dash trying to pivot over to the brake pedal! That's kind of dangerous to hit something while going for the brake. Does everyone else out there always raise their whole foot up to go for the brake? How about people over 6' tall because that large of a move and draw back changes where I'd like to have the seat, due to the different distances of the two pedals from the seat. If the seat is forward enough to be comfortable on the gas, then it's too far forward to comfortably (thoughtlessly) pull my knee up far enough to go for the brake each time. That's something I never even thought about in a car before now, never had that problem. I wonder if the bottom of the dash panel can be removed or if there's packed stuff behind there that would be in the way anyways.