The Czech automaker is diligently taking care of its top of the line model, the large Superb, adopting new elements for the 2018 model year, including the latest infotainment systems it premiered on the refreshed Octavia and others.
The new technologies are already available to customers if they choose the Kodiaq SUV and the Octavia compact line, and they will also be on point inside the Karoq. Inside the Superb, the new touchscreen goes from 6.5 to 8 inches inside the Bolero and Amundsen trim, while the flagship option, the Columbus has surged from 8 to 9.2 inches. The entry-level Swing has also received a bump in dimensions from 5 inches to an easier to read 6.5-inch diagonal. Other additions include the Park Distance Control, which debuts on the Superb with a new function called Maneuver Assist – which can automatically apply the brakes if the driver ignores the alerts. New additions include an optional massage function for the driver’s seat, bundled with the expensive electrically adjustable version with ventilation and memory functions.
We already know the Superb features cavernous amounts of space – but Skoda is making it official with the Digital Voice Enhancement system allowing easier communication between the front and rear passengers. Skoda has also added new acoustic film to the glass surfaces of the front side windows, while the top-of-the-range Laurin & Klement version can be had with a black roof, chrome strips on side buffers and doors as well as 19-inch “Acamar” alloy wheels, to go along the new hue “Velvet Red.”