As orders for the new SUPERB facelift model open from 2 July, we thought it would be a good time to check out what’s new on the model’s midlife update.
Full info on the new SUPERB’s engine line up and technical data is still to be released, but with production for the new model beginning in the week starting 8 July and cards expecting to be landing with dealers towards the end of August, it’s time to think about getting your order in.
So, what’s new? Starting with the car’s sleek exterior, Skoda have treated the SUPERB to a newly designed front and rear end, for a premium look. New LED headlights and fog lights add a nice touch to the front end, while at the back, the SUPERB now just has SKODA in bold lettering, instead of featuring the old SKODA roundel.
Opt for the SE-L trim and above and you get a chrome strip that will run along the tailgate and into the newly re-designed LED tail lights with animated indicators.
Inside the car, more updates follow with the SUPERB receiving even more equipment, adding to the standard specification and offering even more incentive to buy.
So far, we only have info on the 2.0 TSI 190PS DSG engine, which is now available on certain trims, and the hugely efficient petrol hybrid engine/powertrain as seen on the VW Passat GTE.
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