The all-new Škoda Superb Combi estate: More space, more comfort,
more efficiency and more safety

› Refined flagship ICE model: distinguished new look, more advanced aerodynamics
› More space and comfort: roomier, clean and tidy interior design featuring sustainable materials, intuitive Škoda Smart Dials and infotainment with AI-based chatbot ChatGPT
› Wider powertrain range: premiere of mild-hybrid technology and new-generation plug-in hybrid drive with over 100 kilometres of electric range
› More safety: innovative assistance systems, new generations of LED Matrix beam headlights and Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC Plus)

Mladá Boleslav, 11 March 2024 – Škoda’s flagship ICE model enters a new generation: the all-new Superb Combi estate has seen its dimensions increased once more and presents itself with a smartly evolved look and a wide range of new technologies. Boasting a drag coefficient of cd 0.25 and a choice of six modern powertrain variants, the flagship ICE model is more efficient than ever. Outputs range from 110 kW (150 hp) to 195 kW (265 hp). The powertrain line-up includes a plug-in-hybrid with an electric range of more than 100 kilometres and a 1.5 TSI with mild-hybrid technology, a first for the Superb.

“Our customers are our priority, and we listened intently to their wishes while developing the next generation of our flagship model. The result is a product that delivers more value in terms of features, user experience, and comfort. The all-new Superb Combi estate not only provides additional space but also introduces new electrified powertrains. It is easier to use thanks to our new Škoda Smart Dials and a voice control system soon to be further improved through the integration of the AI chatbot ChatGPT. More extensive connectivity and new assistance systems round off this evolution to perfection.”

Klaus Zellmer, Chairman of the Board of Škoda Auto

Exterior design: LED Matrix beam headlights and details in Unique Dark Chrome

The new Superb Combi is instantly recognisable by its distinctive, octagonal radiator grille and sharply drawn LED Matrix beam headlights featuring the new Crystallinium design element. The optional LED rear lights with animated indicators feature a Coming/Leaving Home function (standard on L&K). A special visual highlight is provided by exterior details in Unique Dark Chrome, for example a new 2D logo on the bonnet and the lettering on the tailgate. With a drag coefficient of cd 0.25 the all-new Superb Combi is the most aerodynamic Škoda estate car ever. The fine-tuning of the body design and numerous specific tweaks have helped reduce its drag coefficient by 15 per cent and added to the model’s distinguished looks.

Škoda Superb Combi

Škoda Superb Combi L&K

New interior with 13-inch display, a tidy centre console and +30 litres of luggage space

The interior of the Superb Combi estate features a free-standing infotainment display measuring up to 13 inches and a tidy centre console, as the selector lever has moved to the steering column. A head-up display is available as an option for the first time. The Škoda Smart Dials and the voice assistant Laura, soon to be complemented by ChatGPT, make light work of controlling numerous vehicle and infotainment functions, providing information that goes beyond the car’s ecosystem. New elements include the Phone Box with inductive 15-watt fast-charging and simultaneous ventilating of a smartphone, as well as back-friendly Ergo seats with ten pneumatically controlled massage cushions. The Superb Combi estate also features the new range structure with Design Selections, themed option packages and individual options. The Superb is well equipped for long distances, with a luggage capacity of 690 litres – 30 litres more than its predecessor. Headroom has also increased.

Škoda Superb Combi

Škoda Superb Combi

Wider range of powertrains than ever before, even more advanced aerodynamics

The six modern, efficient powertrains also include a new-generation plug-in hybrid featured in the Superb Combi iV. The 1.5 TSI engine combines with an electric motor to provide a system output of 150 kW (204 hp) and now offers an electric range of more than 100 kilometres on the WLTP cycle. On top of that, the 1.5 TSI is also available with mild-hybrid technology – a first for the Superb. Moreover, there are also two other petrol engines as well as two diesel units on offer. Their respective top variants (195 kW/265 hp and 142 kW/193 hp) come with all-wheel drive as standard. The new Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC Plus) blends comfort and driving dynamics, while the second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights provide even better illumination of the road ahead. Both are available on the Superb for the first time.

Škoda Superb Combi

Škoda Superb Combi

New Superb Combi estate primed to continue the success story

The all-new Superb Combi estate, produced at the Volkswagen Group plant in the Slovak capital, Bratislava, is set to build on the success of its predecessors. Škoda first offered a Combi estate as part of the second modern Superb generation in 2009. In the model’s third modern generation, this body style took off: the 2016 Combi estate had a share of around 54 per cent of a total of around 860,000 vehicles produced. In Germany, Škoda’s largest single market worldwide, more than 90 per cent of all Superb vehicles delivered to customers were Combi estates. The Superb Combi has also earned its share of the numerous international awards won by the model series.

Škoda Superb Combi L&K

Škoda Superb Combi iV


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Vítězslav Kodym
Head of Product Communications
+420 604 292 131

Zbyněk Straškraba
Spokesperson Product Communications
+420 605 293 168

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