The 2016 Skoda Superb has been officially unveiled over the web as the model will be making its public debut on the 3rd of January, in Geneva, and it will go on sale this June.
The new generation of the Skoda Superb has been finally unveiled after being spied, teased and leaked numerous times. The model in question is looking similar to its smaller brothers and it has a slender grille, optional bi-xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights, a sculpted hood, shorter front overhangs, standard LED taillights, a slightly sloping roof line and it is riding on an 80 mm longer wheelbase than its predecessor.
The interior design of the flagship vehicle will be packing features such as the heated seats, the tri-zone climate control system, the panoramic glass roof, the new infotainment system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 12-speaker Canton audio system, panoramic glass roof and so on, but keep in mind that most of them are available as optionals. Skoda has been inspired by Rolls-Royce apparently because in each front door there is an umbrella and an LED flashlight, while the rear seat has a tablet holder.
Safety gizmos include the Crew Protective Assist, the Traffic Jam Assist, the Lane Assist, the Adaptive Cruise Control, the Emergency Assist system and so on. Under its hood we will find petrol engines ranging between 125 HP (92 kW) and 280 HP (206 kW) and diesel engines between 120 HP (88 kW) and 190 HP (140 kW). Except for the entry-level petrol unit, all engines are available with the new dual-clutch transmission while four of them can be ordered with the all-wheel drive system too.