SKODA is once again making its mark with the new Skoda Superb. Just months after the debut of the hatchback,
SKODA is once again making its mark with the new Skoda Superb. Just months after the debut of the hatchback, comes the new Skoda Superb Estate.
Based on innovative MQB technology, this attractive newcomer sets new standards in its segment in terms of space, comfort, safety and connectivity.
The new Skoda Superb Estate has the largest interior space and luggage compartment in its class. The total boot volume is nearly 2,000 litres. At the same time, the new and expressive Skoda design transforms the new–generation model into a stylish estate with dynamic elegance.
“With the new Skoda Superb Estate, we have further developed the existing strengths of the Superb and once again set a benchmark,” said Dr Frank Welsch, Skoda board member for technical development.
“With its expressive, dynamic design, we are emphasising and complementing Skoda’s expertise in the estate segment. The combination of aesthetics, top–of–the range technology and the highest practical benefits makes the new Superb Estate an outstanding vehicle within its segment. With the new flagship, we will attract new customers to our brand.”
Skoda has offered an estate version of its top model, the Skoda Superb, since 2009. To date, Skoda has delivered more than 200,000 Skoda Superb Estate models to customers worldwide. This represents 35 per cent of all Skoda Superbs sold since 2009.
The new estate offers the best interior space in its segment. It is based on Volkswagen’s MQB technology, with a wheelbase that has been extended by 80mm to 2,841mm.