It’s not the real deal but the internet will bomb Skoda until the company will at least consider producing it.
The Skoda Superb Combi will not get an RS version, at least not in this generation, a fact confirmed numerous times in different reports but that isn’t stopping rendering artists from imagining it. The two photos posted below have been shown on mein-auto-blog.de and they are revealing how the flagship model may look like in a hotter version. You can notice the more aggressive front fascia, the large dual exhaust in the rear, the diffuser, the updated bumpers and side skirts, the small roof wing and, of course, the large wheels.
If it will indeed hit the market, than the Skoda Superb Combi RS will rival the Audi RS4, possibly, but it will be less powerful. Chances are it will receive a 3-liter TSI six-cylinder engine under its hood, which is believed to stand at approximately 350 HP and 500 Nm of torque. The same MQB platform will be used to develop it and all-wheel drive will be added. But enough with the dreaming because, as we said above, this will not happen. The current Superb Combi has a range of four-cylinder petrol and diesel burners under its hood and it is offered in the S, the SE, the SE Business, the SE L Executive and the Laurin & Klement. The most expensive version is the DSG 2.0 TDI Laurin & Klement, starting from 35,040 GBP in the UK.