Moments before the ceremonial presentation, the Boleslav carmaker shows us a taste of the design of its new product. Do you like it?

We will see the new Superb on November 2 at seven o’clock in the evening – you can also watch the ceremonial premiere online. And this is what the car will look like. The design uses elements of a new approach called Modern Solid, at the front we can notice Matrix LED headlights with more predatory shapes, and at the back lights with crystalline elements. Furthermore, Škoda boasts of fine-tuned aerodynamics despite the increase in height, the length has also increased. The new design does not limit the traditional practicality of the Superb.

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In terms of technology, there are no longer any secrets surrounding the Superb. The model will be available with gasoline and diesel engines and including a plug-in hybrid. The basic engine includes a 1.5 TSI with an output of 110 kW (150 hp). The more powerful petrol version is the 2.0 TSI with an output of 150 kW for the front-wheel drive and 195 kW for the four-wheel drive. The two-liter diesel will then be available in two versions – 110 kW for front-wheel drive and 142 kW for four-wheel drive. All of these engines will be combined with a seven-speed DSG automatic transmission, the manual is no longer on offer.

A plug-in hybrid based on a 1.5 TSI engine with a combined output of 150 kW will be available only for the Combi version. The PHEV will have a six-speed DSG transmission. The capacity of the battery has increased to 25.7 kWh, which means that the electric range will exceed 100 km. The maximum charging power is now 11 kW, on the fast charger up to 50 kW. The fuel tank has a volume of 45 liters. The car will be produced in Bratislava in two body versions.