A new photo gallery with the 2016 Superb Combi has been released by Skoda recently.
Originally unveiled back in late May, the new generation of the Skoda Superb Combi is being highlighted once again, this time with the company releasing fresh images with it. The model in question has 1,584 mm and 1,572 mm front and rear tracks and a 2,841 mm long wheelbase, providing a roomy interior. The trunk capacity stands at 660 liters, 27 liters more than before but this can increase to a whopping 1,950 liters with the rear seats folded.
A lot of goodies have been added to it, including new technologies and safety features and the carmaker says that future buyers will get a 230-V socket in the rear, a USB port, Jumbo Box in the front, single-handed opening for the 0.5 liter bottle, extra storage compartment in all doors, a tablet holder, a retractable tow bar and so on. The cheapest version of the model starts from 19,840 GBP in the UK and this is coming with cloth upholstery, electric parking brake, 5-inch touch screen display, USB, SD card slot, Bluetooth, DAB, 3-spoke leather wrapped steering wheel, 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, halogen headlights with DRLs and more. The most expensive variant is the Laurin & Klement which has been priced at 31,840 GBP. This has the 18-inch exclusive wheels, TV tuner, dynamic chassis control, heated rear seats and windscreen, 3-zone climate control, Canton sound system, piano black trim and more. You can order an even more expensive version of the model, the DSG 2.0 TDI Laurin & Klement, with the 4×4 system, for 35,040 GBP.