Design: Even more exquisite look and a new adventurer

› New front section including new ŠKODA grille lend the ŠKODA SUPERB more of a visual presence
› The rear is characterised by a horizontal chrome trim and ‘ŠKODA’ in block lettering
› New ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT featuring all-wheel drive, rugged body enhancements and off-road look

ŠKODA has further refined its flagship’s dynamic and elegant design. An enlarged radiator grille and new front bumper lengthen the SUPERB by 8 mm and the SUPERB COMBI by 6 mm, giving them even more of a visual presence. Boasting a generous amount of interior space and a boot capacity of 625 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB and 660 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI, the Czech car manufacturer’s top model continues to set the benchmark in its segment. The rear section is characterised by a chrome trim and ‘ŠKODA’ in block lettering. The new ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT sporting rugged body enhancements exude off-road flair.




ŠKODA has further refined the SUPERB’s front section. Visual modifications give the top model even more of a presence. a new front bumper means the vehicle’s length has increased by 8 mm to 4,869 mm in the ŠKODA SUPERB, and by 6 mm to 4,862 mm in the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI. The wheelbase measures 2,841 mm, whilst the car’s width is 1,864 mm. Its height is 1,469 mm, or 1,477 mm in the COMBI. Ranging from 625 to 1,760 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB and 660 to 1,950 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI, the boot capacity remains the very best in the segment. The ŠKODA-typical radiator grille now bears double slats, is larger and protrudes a little further down into the front apron. The narrower headlights – with LED technology as standard for the dipped and high beam, daytime running lights and position light – now reach the grille; the LED fog lights have been redesigned too.

 A chrome trim in the front air inlet surrounds and connects the LED fog lights. In addition to the horizontal chrome trim, which connects the full LED tail lights, the new ‘ŠKODA’ block lettering also catches the eye at the rear. As part of the optional ambient lighting, LED spotlights project ‘ŠKODA’ onto the ground when the doors are opened. Completing the update in terms of visuals, eight new 18‑ and 19-inch alloy wheels – two of which come in the Aero design – and the colours Crystal Black and Race Blue have been added to the range of customisation options.

ŠKODA SUPERB Body colours

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For the first time, ŠKODA is offering its top model as a SUPERB SCOUT too. It is exclusively available as an estate and, just like the OCTAVIA SCOUT, exudes off-road flair – boasting 18-inch alloys as standard or optional 19-inch versions, a Rough-Road package providing 15 mm more ground clearance, and all-wheel drive. Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) is available as an option. New front and rear bumpers with aluminium-effect underbody protection as well as plastic trims for the wheel arches, side sills and the lower part of the door protect the bodywork and create a striking off-road appearance. Thanks to its rugged bumper, the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT is 1 mm longer than the standard COMBI, now totalling 4,863 mm in length. Just like in the SPORTLINE, the radiator grille features black double slats – but this time framed by a chrome trim. The roof rails and window frames are also chrome-plated; the wing mirror housings shine in an aluminium look or can be body-coloured if preferred. There are special SCOUT badges on the wings; the Tangerine Orange finish is available exclusively for the SUPERB SCOUT.

For the ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE, the frame of the black radiator grille and the horizontal strip between the standard full LED tail lights are both gloss black; in addition, the sporty variant can be purchased in a Dragon Skin finish. The ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE is fitted with a 15-mm-lower sports chassis and full LED Matrix headlights as standard. The honeycomb texture on the remodelled front underlines the car’s dynamic design. The top trim level, L&K, offers identical dimensions but features other new chrome details that, in addition to the air curtains, also adorn the side sills and rear bumper. ‘Laurin & Klement’ lettering on the front wings provides another visual accent. The SUPERB L&K’s standard features include full LED Matrix headlights, adaptive Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) and aerodynamically optimised 18-inch Propus Aero alloy wheels.


Karl Neuhold

Karl Neuhold
Head of Exterior Design

Mr Neuhold, how does the SUPERB build on ŠKODA’s design language?
Following the introduction of the new ‘Elegance – Comfort – Dynamism’ ŠKODA design principles, the updated version of our flagship, the ŠKODA SUPERB, has reached a new level.

What are the characteristic features of the new SUPERB’s design?
The new design of the SUPERB’s front gives the car a new presence with plenty of attention to detail: the new chrome radiator grille with vertical slats is now very sculptured and more upright. The side view of the SUPERB is well proportioned, both as a highly presentable hatchback and as an estate. The accentuated coupé-like silhouette and the crisp tornado line draw attention to the bold wheel arches at the front and back. The crystalline design of the sill area adds to the car’s confident posture on the road.
The rear of the new SUPERB has new ŠKODA lettering and new LED rear lights with cut-glass graphics and three crystalline elements. In the top versions, the two rear lights are connected by a chrome strip underlining the ŠKODA name.


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