New Skoda Superb

prices revealed

Skoda Superb Estate, 2024, front
Skoda Superb Estate, 2024, side
Skoda Superb Estate, 2024, rear
Skoda Superb, 2024, interior

PRICES for the new Skoda Superb will start from £34,865 for the hatch and £36,165 for the estate when the fourth generation of the Czech car maker's flagship takes to the road in June.

The new Superb has a new range structure comprising Design Selections that offer different interior designs from fabric, to microsuede to leather depending on personal style.

Its trademark sense of space for which the Superb is renowned continues with the estate's luggage capacity increasing to 690 litres - an extra 30 litres more than its predecessor, closely followed by the hatch which offers 645 litres of space in the boot.

Six different powertrain variants will be available with power outputs ranging from 150ps to 265ps.

Three petrol engines, including a 1.5 TSI now benefiting from mild-hybrid technology, are joined by two diesels while the Superb Estate iV features a second-generation plug-in hybrid drive that enables an all-electric range of more than 62 miles as well as DC charging. All models come with DSG.

The interior features a free-standing infotainment display measuring 13 inches and a cleaner centre console with the move of the gear selector to the steering column.

A head-up display is available as an option for the first time whileSmart Dials and the voice assistant Laura, soon to be complemented by ChatGPT, control most vehicle functions.

New features include a 15-watt wireless fast-charging and simultaneous ventilating of a smartphone, as well as back-friendly Ergo seats with ten pneumatically controlled massage cushions.

Trim levels start with SE Technology models with mid-range SE L cars coming in from £38,220 for the hatch and £39,520 the estate and the range topping Laurin and Klement specification prices from £46,100 and £47,400 respectively.


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