The new generation of the Skoda Superb has been caught on camera while cruising the streets of Prague and this is the first time when the model is being spotted in the metal.
The Czech based automaker Skoda may have introduced the fourth generation of the Superb recently but the company is still taking small tests with the flagship sedan, these days. The images posted below are actually revealing the model in the metal, for the very first time after its introduction at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The cheapest version of the Skoda Superb, in the United Kingdom, has a base starting price of 18,640 GBP, rivaling just about anything from the Ford Mondeo to the Volkswagen Passat.
Some of the goodies found on the model include the panoramic glass roof, the 12-speaker Canton audio system, the new infotainment system, the heated seats, tri-zone climate control, Lane Assist, Emergency Assist, Traffic Jam Assist, Crew Protective Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control, amongst others. The vehicle is also getting an umbrella in each front door. The 2016 Skoda Superb is riding on the MQB modular platform, made by the Volkswagen Group and used on a lot of vehicles, receiving an 80 mm longer than the one of its predecessor, meaning more rear legroom and a cargo capacity of 625 liters, 39 liters more spacious than the one of the new Passat and 84 liters than the Mondeo. The engine lineup includes petrol and diesel units, rated at between 120 HP and 280 HP.
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