Skoda unveils Superb flagship ahead of Geneva debut
The new model is slightly longer than the outgoing version and will feature a hatchback style rear door whilst still maintaining a sedan profile. The interior will resemble the current designs used in some VW models, with chrome detailing for the air-conditioning surrounds and instrument panels.
Mechanicals, too, will be lifted from the VW parts bin. This means it’ll be available with a range of engine options starting with a 1.6L FSI and topping out with a 2.8L V6 FSI. There will also be several diesel options with both 1.9L and 2.0L TDIs on offer.
The new Superb will officially go on sale soon after its Geneva launch.