Skoda has unveiled the first official photographs of the all-new Superb. Offering generous interior space and a striking new look, the 2008 Superb looks set to shake up the upper medium segment.
At 4,838mm long and 1,783mm wide the new Superb is 35mm longer and 18mm wider than its predecessor. It stands at 1,461mm high and has a wheel base of 2,761mm – 8mm lower and 42mm shorter respectively than the model it replaces.
As customers have come to expect from the Czech firm’s products, the new Superb features a number of smart technological solutions including adaptive cornering headlamps, a new electronic air conditioning system, automatic parking assist and much more that will be revealed over the coming weeks. Safety was one of the top priorities in developing the new Superb, and with nine airbags altogether it is now safer than ever.
A total of up to six engines will be available in the new Superb – three petrol and three diesel. Outputs will range from 105bhp to 260bhp and the units will be combined with a selection of manual or DSG transmissions. The full UK engine line-up will be announced closer to the model’s UK launch date.
The Skoda Superb will be manufactured in the car maker’s Kvasiny plant in the Czech Republic and will be on sale in the UK in September 2008.
It will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 4 and 5 March 2008.