New colours and more space
The exterior proudly displays Škoda’s new design language, Modern Solid. Customers will be able to choose from a total of eight colour shades, six of which are completely new. These are Purity White and the metallic shades of Pebble Silver, Ebony Black, Cobalt Blue, Carmine Red and Ice Tea Yellow.
The new Škoda Superb comes in a choice of eight colours.
The new Superb is larger than the previous generation, with the body boasting improved aerodynamics. The lower drag coefficients are 0.23 for the hatchback and 0.25 for the Combi estate, improvements of 10% and 15% respectively contributing to reduced fuel consumption. The front of the car is dominated by a new octagonal grille and second-generation LED Matrix beam headlights, which deliver up to 40% more light output than the first version. The wheels can be up to 19 inches in diameter.
The new Škoda Superb Combi estate.
“The Superb has traditionally shaped Škoda’s design language and the fourth model generation will continue to do just that: its looks are characterised by sharply drawn lines, clearly defined dynamic proportions and a modern sculptural and crystalline styling. We have also managed to significantly improve the aerodynamics of both the hatchback and the Combi estate, while at the same time offering passengers even more space,” says Oliver Stefani, head of Škoda Design.
The Superb offers more space for both occupants and luggage. Both body variants are longer and taller than their predecessor (by 40 mm and 5 mm in the Combi, 43 mm and 12 mm in the hatchback), so passengers will not only have more legroom, but more headroom as well. The boot remains huge, with the hatchback boasting 645 litres of space (a 20-litre increase) and the Combi 690 litres (30 litres more).
The Combi estate’s boot has a basic volume of 690 litres.