The interior design of the upcoming Skoda Superb generation has been recently unveiled, ahead of the model’s debut which will take place at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The 2016 Skoda Superb is continuing its teasing as the company has recently released an image showing its cabin. The model in question has received an evolutionary dashboard which is making the cabin look instantly recognizable as a Skoda and we are noticing the large touch screen display, the electric parking brake, the DSG transmission or the steering wheel and climate control buttons similar to the ones found on its smaller brother, the Octavia.
The third generation of the Skoda Superb will be riding on the stretched MQB platform, used on the Volkswagen Passat too, and it will be 20 mm longer, 50 mm wider and weigh 75 kg less than its predecessor. The current version is offering 595 liters of boot space but the new one is expected to get 625 liters, transformed into 1,760 liters with the rear seats folded.
As far as the engine lineup goes, the 2016 Skoda Superb will be offered, on the entry-level version, with the 1.4 liter gasoline burner, producing a total of 125 HP. This will be setting you back for approximately 25,000 euros in Germany and it will be followed by the 1.8 liter unit, with 260 HP and the 1.6 liter to 2.0 liter turbo diesels, ranging between 120 HP and 190 HP. Power will be sent to the standard FWD or the optional AWD through a 6-speed manual or a DSG.