Next year, Skoda is set to launch a new version of the Superb in India, featuring a revamped interior, enhanced feature list, upgraded petrol engine, and significant exterior changes. Here are some key highlights that will capture your attention when you first lay eyes on the new Superb:
Sharper Signature Grille:
The distinctive Skoda signature grille, a hallmark of their cars, takes on a tighter and wider appearance in the upcoming Superb. It now features a large chrome surround that seamlessly complements the new set of headlamps. Pay close attention to the grille when you see the car up close, as this may be one of the last times we witness the Superb with an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE).
Skoda has extended the rear overhangs of the new-gen Superb, giving it a sleek and elongated appearance for that coveted fastback appeal. While India will only receive the sedan version, the Combi (estate) variant with its sloped roofline adds to the car’s impression of length and lowered stance.
Wrap-around Tail Lamps:
The new Superb features tail lamps with black surrounds that wrap around the edges of the body, following a design trend popularized by a German manufacturer nearly two decades ago. These lights are now fully LED, including the indicators.
Skoda continues to streamline the badging on the Superb with each new generation. The car’s recognizability makes this reduction in badges seem inconsequential. In countries like India, it’s anticipated that only the dealer sticker will be added to the Superb’s overall lettering when it launches next year.
Keep an eye out for these distinctive features, as they contribute to the refreshed and modernized look of the upcoming Skoda Superb.