A facelifted version of the Skoda Superb has been recently unveiled by the Czech based automaker, in a premiere.
While the Skoda Octavia has received a new generation these past few months, the Skoda Superb is far from getting a similar treatment so in order for the model to become more appealing to its future customers, the Czech based automaker has decided to apply a facelift to the D-segment model, produced in Mlada Boleslav. The model in question is coming with redesigned headlights, a new front bumper, a modified hood, a new rear end, new taillights and some other tweaks, which should help the model differentiate from the outgoing version.
The interior design of the facelifted Skoda Superb is now coming with new color shades, new materials and new combinations between these, offering future owners multiple choices, like the three- or four-spoke steering wheel. The top of the line L&K will get brown and ivory shades. The sedan version has a 595 liter trunk space, while the Combi has 633 liters, but with the rear seats folded, the Combi has 1,865 liters and the sedan 1,700 liters. These are the most spacious trunks in the segment.
All versions of the 2014 Skoda Superb will receive Start/Stop system and braking energy recovery system in standard. The GreenLine variant will burn just 4.2 liters / 100 km and it will emit 109 g/km of CO2. The 2.0L diesel with 140 HP will receive a manual version for the AWD and the 170 HP and 2.0L will get a six-speed DSG. The 2014 Skoda Superb facelift will be officially presented to the public later on this month, during the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show.