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Next-generation Skoda Superb begins testing

Next-generation Skoda Superb begins testing
Written by Parichay Malvankar

Spyshots have emerged of the next-generation Skoda Superb testing on international soil. The car is expected to make a global debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. Indian debut is expected somewhere during 2016. The new model is expected to carry a lot of design inputs from the Vision C concept.

An already long and comfortable sedan, with the new Superb, dimensions are expected to increase. Based on Volkswagen’s MQB platform, the Superb is expected to get a bump of 75mm in wheelbase over the current model. Headroom for the rear passengers could also be increased without increasing the roof line.


  • LED headlamps with DRLs
  • LED tail lamps
  • Wide front grille with vertical slats
  • Skoda logo placed on the bonnet & not on the grille
  • 17″ alloy wheels (Mostly)
  • Sharkfin antenna
  • Blackened rear bumper
  • Sloping roof line

The new Superb will be powered by 2.0L TDI & TSI motors and smaller 1.6L TDI &  1.8L TSI engines could also be available.

Prices of the Superb are expected to go up with the new model coming to India.

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Source – WorldCarFans