The design of the lighting units on the new generation of the Skoda Superb have recently leaked out.
Hiding the 2015 Skoda Superb isn’t going all that well because more leaked sketches and images with the model keep popping onto the web. The newest ones are depicting the lighting units of the flagship model but these have been also shown in some previous spy shots. Production of the taillights have apparently began last month and will last until 2019, July, meaning that the new-gen Superb will have a shorter lifespan than the current model, which has been in production since 2008.
The 2015 Skoda Superb will be riding on an increased version of the MQB platform, the same one used on the new VW Passat too, meaning that it will have accents to all powertrains used on the Passat and on the Golf. These will include just about anything from the 1.4 liter to the 2.0 liter units, rated at between 120 HP and 280 HP. A hybrid version of the model is expected to use a 1.4 liter TSI and an electric motor and the range topping version will drop the 3.6L V6 for a 2.0 liter turbo, similar to the one from the Seat Leon Cupra. The new Superb should be unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.