Just a day after Skoda has released the first images with the new Superb generation, our spy photographers have managed to capture it on camera too.
The model in question will be very different than the current version as it will be inspired by the Vision C and it will be riding on a stretched version of the MQB platform, shared with the new generation of the Passat. The new generation of the Skoda Superb will grow in size and it will be 20 mm longer and 50 mm wider than the outgoing model. The Superb will also gain an 80 mm longer wheelbase, which will translate into more legroom in the rear.
The cheapest version of the 2016 Skoda Superb will be offered with a 1.4 liter four-cylinder petrol burner, rated at 125 HP, and this is expected to start from 25,000 euros, in Germany. Rumor has it that other units will include a 1.8 liter gasoline burner, a 1.6 liter diesel and a 2.0 liter diesel, with the last two ranging between 120 HP and 190 HP. The engines will be connected to a 6-speed manual or to a DSG and Skoda will offer the AWD as an option too. The public debut of the new Superb will be made in Geneva, next March, and the first deliveries will begin in the summer.