› Following on from the original SUPERB in the 1930s, the modern-day ŠKODA SUPERB was born in 2001
› In its second generation, the SUPERB COMBI accounted for over 50 per cent of deliveries
› China and Germany are the largest sales markets for ŠKODA’s flagship
The success story of the modern-day ŠKODA SUPERB began in 2001 – more than 50 years after the original SUPERB, which was produced between 1934 and 1949. In April 2017, the third generation of ŠKODA’s top model hit the mark of one million cars produced. To date, the SUPERB and SUPERB COMBI have won numerous international awards from renowned European automotive publications. The model’s most important sales markets are China and – in Europe – Germany, the United Kingdom and Poland.
The ancestor of the current top ŠKODA model is the luxurious 640 SUPERB with plenty of space for up to eight people introduced in 1934. By 1949, 2,500 of the original SUPERB had been produced in various versions.
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