Skoda has taken the Superb to a whole new level of technology and luxury. Since 2001, the number of first and second generation Superbs delivered has risen to greater than 700,000. Now this brand new model is packed with a wealth of features to continue the commendable success that the company has had.
The front features a wide grille. The headlights sport a flawless design and have a unique look. The radiator grille gives a stunning appearance to the front mask. The bonnet’s nose has the brand logo in the middle. The car’s roofline slopes gently and an attractive window line and narrow pillars can also be seen. The impressive wheel arches and large wheels further add to the bold looks of the car. The taillights come standard with LED technology and have the C-shape- typical of Skoda. Crystalline elements make the taillights dazzle and the horizontal seam make them all the more attractive.
The wide range of facilities promises a comfortable interior. This is the very first model of the company to have Dynamic Chassis Control that includes Driving Mode Select. The air conditioning is three-zone and makes sure that passengers get the best possible air quality and enjoy optimal temperature. The electric panoramic glass roof is optional. Also, rain/light sensor will switch the windscreen wipers on or off automatically, between dipped beam and daytime running light. In order to ensure a comfortable drive during winter, the carmakers have included heated front & rear seats, auxiliary heating, heated washer jets and also wireless heated windscreen.
The car runs on turbocharged direct-injection engine. This piece of tech is blessed with MQB technology. It has stop-start technology and meets EU6 standards. The rating of diesel engine ranges from 120 PS to 190 PS. As for the petrol engines, the output ranges from 125 PS to 280 PS.