The RS version of the Skoda Superb’s new generation will never happen but that doesn’t mean that it cannot exist in the virtual world.
Skoda has officially pulled the wraps off the new generation of the Superb just a few weeks back. The model in question will be making its public debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and it will remain in its regular versions because the Czech based automaker has no plans off offering it as an RS. However, the images posted below are revealing what the model may look like in its range topping version and we have to admit that it is quite appealing, even if it cannot compare to an M3.
The Skoda Superb RS, signed by X-Tomi Design, has received a new body kit with a more aggressive overall design, with new front and rear bumpers, with different side skirts, a matte black roof, matte black side mirror casings, a rear diffuser and a dual exhaust system at the rear with large tips. The lack of a rear spoiler is making it look sleeker and the large alloy wheels are contributing to the overall design. If it would have make it into production, the interior design would have received new front sports seats, probably a new steering wheel with integrated paddle shifters and the RS badges all over. The engine might have been a 2.0 liter turbocharged four-cylinder but since this will never see daylight, in its current generation at least, we’d better stop describing it.