A couple of new renderings with the Skoda Superb RS are showing us what we will never see because the performance model has been ruled out by the company.
Officially unveiled a couple of days ago and aimed towards a public debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show on the 3rd of March, the new generation of the Skoda Superb is returning in some new renderings. The images posted below, signed by X-Tomi Design, are showing us what the flagship model may look like in its range topping RS version but considering the fact that Skoda has denied such a model, we can say that it will never see daylight, well in this generation at least.
The only Skoda RS to be offered will be the Octavia because the carmaker has no plans of introducing a Fabia RS either and a Rapid RS makes no sense. The new Superb generation is coming with an evolutionary design reminding us of its smaller brothers. The flagship vehicle is adding the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible infotainment system, the panoramic glass roof, the 12-speaker Canton audio system, the umbrella in each front door, the tablet holder on the rear seat and several other tweaks. Under its hood, the petrol engine range stands between 125 HP (92 kW) and 280 HP (206 kW), while the diesel is between 120 HP (88 kW) and 190 HP (140 kW). All units, except for the cheapest entry-level petrol, are available with the dual clutch transmission and the all-wheel drive system, available as options.