The all-new Skoda Superb – a smart take on luxury. With its beautiful design the Superb delivers the perfect combination of comfort and state-of-the-art equipment along with ‘Simply Clever’ features to make your everyday life easier. It has the capability to be the perfect status car during the week and a family car at the weekend.
The modification has seen the Superb’s design undergo slight renovation to make the car more expressive and emotionally-charged than ever before. The end result is an iconic design purring with energy and elegance.
The experience of driving a Skoda Superb is enhanced with unique details such as; majestic dimensions creating a sense of security, the Virtual Cockpit which offers a choice of five layouts, an elegant interior with an excellent outlook, and progressive steering delivering enhanced steering control and adapting to the angle of the steering wheel. The Dynamic Chassis Control and Driving Mode Select allows you to adapt the cars behaviour to your preferences, sport, comfort & economy. Offering a peace-of-mind-performance the Skoda Superb holds enough power for you to cope safely with any situation. There are three types of transmissions available; 6-speed manual and 6 & 7 speed DSG gearboxes.
The protection of you and your family is Skoda’s priority, as demonstrated by their 5-star EURO NCAP test results. Passengers are protected by up to 9 airbags that work in tandem with the 3 point seat belts. If an accident is unavoidable, passengers are prepared for impact by Crew Protect Assist, which closes the windows and sunroof, and activated belt pretensioning. ESC, ABS and many other systems that also keep an eye on the car when it is on the go.
It's mid-life facelift time for the Skoda Superb and, along with subtle cosmetic updates to the exterior, new engines are joining the range. Skoda is also introducing a plug-in hybrid model that will go on sale in 2020, but for now we're looking at the popular diesel version, and in particular, the new 2.0 TDI Evo engine.
Design changes focus on sharpening up the visual appeal at either end of the Superb. LED headlights now become standard fit, and range-topping models get LED matrix headlight tech that can provide higher levels of illumination at night while avoiding dazzling other road users by deactivating segments of light on the move.
Slimmer LED fog lights become more of a design feature in the new-look lower front bumper with a thin chrome strip linking them together, while the grille features double-bar elements to emphasise the more purposeful image. The LED daytime running light design also now meets up with the grille.
Following Skoda's more recent models, like the Kamiq and Scala, the Skoda name is now spelt out across the rear of the Superb in place of the brand logo. A chrome strip runs across the back, too, joining the updated rear lights. Skoda has also added eight new alloy wheel designs in 18- and 19-inch sizes and two new colours, called Crystal Black and Race Blue.
Skoda has applied some minor updates to the cabin of the Superb in the form of new seat covers on Ambition and Style trim levels, along with contrasting stitching on the leather and Alcantara seats and armrest sections. Other improvements to the interior include a larger area for the wireless phone charger in the centre console.