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ŠKODA exhibits the Superb Combi with the design package Laurin & Klement, design study VisionD and the special edition Fabia Monte Carlo at the Autoslaon Brno.

Today, the vehicle was presented within the framework of a press conference at the fair, impressing with high-quality equipment and fine design elements.

The design package isn’t just available for the station wagon, but also for the five-door sedan model. It brings a chromium-plated front grille and the Laurin & Klement plaque at the rear of the vehicle. An individual touch was achieved by the addition of the bigger, 18-inch light alloy wheels “Sirius”.

Meanwhile, it seems like the interiors are where the L&K edition really stands heads and shoulders above the current Superb. Customers can specify an interior trim either in a piano or a wood finish and the interiors will be color coded for the Magentic Brown color.

Three engines are available and petrol choices include a 2.0 TSI with 200 PS (147 kW / 197 hp) as well as a 3.6 FSI V6 with 260 PS (191 kW / 256 hp). Lastly, there’s also a 2.0 TDI CR DPF that develops 170 PS (125 kW / 168 hp).

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