Bernhard Maier was followed by Christian Strube, the ŠKODA board member responsible for Technical Development, who introduced the two long-awaited models. The all-electric CITIGOe iV was unveiled first, followed by the SUPERB iV. “It is always a particular challenge to improve what is already a fascinating product. However, for our flagship, the SUPERB, it was a challenge that we accepted with pleasure. Our two electrified vehicles are just the beginning. I can tell you that the electric future of ŠKODA is exciting and full of promise,” announced Christian Strube as he rounded off the world première.
The ŠKODA SUPERB’s upgrade has equipped it, first and foremost, with the most advanced driver-assistance systems, such as Predictive Cruise Control or Side Assist, and state-of-the-art equipment, including the innovative full LED Matrix headlights. From the outside, you’ll be able to tell it apart straight away by the chrome-plated strip between the rear lights.