The Czech based automaker Skoda has announced its plans to introduce a new Outdoor styling package for the Superb Combi, which will get some minor tweaks compared to the standard version.
According to the car manufacturer, the Skoda Superb Combi Outdoor will get a larger air intake, round fog lights, a new front bumper, plastic body cladding for both the front and the rear fascias, redesigned side skirts, and the same plastic body cladding for the wheel arches and side skirts. Skoda also says that the engine options for the Superb Combi Outdoor will be carried over from the standard model except for the GreenLine powertrain, which won’t become available with the new version of the Superb.
“Both as a saloon and an estate, the ŠKODA Superb has been setting benchmarks in the upper middle class. A generous space offering, precise workmanship and an excellent price/value ratio all set the car apart. More and more customers are opting for the Superb: in 2011, ŠKODA AUTO’s sales of the Superb cracked the 100,000 vehicle mark for the first time”, as the automaker is saying in its official press release.
The Skoda Superb Combi Outdoor will bring its future customers the choice of either two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, depending on the version selected and the interior design of the vehicle is also expected to bring some minor tweaks. There is no official word on when the upcoming Skoda Superb Combi Outdoor will hit the market or what its price will be but the model might actually be presented to the public this autumn during the Paris Motor Show. We will keep you updated on the subject once more details will be announced.