› First ŠKODA with plug-in-hybrid drive has an electric range of up to 62 km
› Combination of an electric motor and a petrol engine provides a total range of up to 930 km
› Maximum power output of 160 kW (218 PS) as well as three driving modes to choose from
Mladá Boleslav, 25 November 2019 – The new SUPERB iV is the perfect flagship model for two worlds. ŠKODA’s first production plug-in hybrid has an all-electric range of up to 62 km in the WLTP cycle and an unrestricted long-distance capability covering a total of up to 930 km. In E-mode, the SUPERB iV provides zero-emission and particularly quiet driving – perfect for modern cities and low-emission zones. Following on from the start of production at the Kvasiny plant in September this year, the SUPERB iV will be launched onto the market at the beginning of 2020.
The SUPERB iV is the first ŠKODA to have two hearts beating under its bonnet. Depending on the situation and the selected driving mode, these provide drive either individually or as a pair, and combine the benefits of an electric motor and a combustion engine. The electric motor has a power output of 85 kW and, in conjunction with a lithium-ion battery, gives the SUPERB iV an all-electric, and thereby zero-emission, range of up to 62 km in the WLTP cycle.
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This allows it to complete most daily journeys, even in urban metropolises such as Prague, Berlin and Paris. The SUPERB iV’s 1.4 TSI petrol engine – delivering 115 kW (156 PS) – and 50-litre petrol tank, mean the hybrid drive system, which is available for the Ambition and Style trim levels as well as for the SPORTLINE and L&K variants, also boasts unrestricted long-distance capability. With a fully charged battery and full petrol tank, drivers heading off on a business trip behind the wheel of a company car, or on holiday with their family can thereby cover up to 930 km without any refuelling stops.