Skoda Superb is a model based on the platform of the Volkswagen Passat, and first revealed in 2001 (although the first original Superb come from 1934). Since its unveiling in 2001, Superb has become one of the best sold Skoda models: 130.000 customers has chosen it. In 2008 at the Geneva Motor Show, Skoda revealed the B6 Superb.
The new Superb comes with improvements, on both design and technology. An individual approach to design has made the Superb a fascinating vehicle. The spaciousness of the interior and the materials used increase the extraordinary level of comfort during a trip. The headlamps of the model Superb, the unusual shape of which passes all the way to the sides of the wings, lend the front section of the vehicle a dynamic appearance. They form a powerfully dominant feature and a part of the elegant design of the entire vehicle which is impossible to overlook.
The Superb arrives with several absolutely new features. For the first time on Skoda vehicles there is a driver’s knee and rear side airbags (up to 9 airbags), parking assistant and Bi-Xenon headlamps with AFS.
Superb is being offered with a wide range on engines, both petrol and diesel. The top of the range drive unit for the Superb will be a six-cylinder 3.6 FSI with a power output of 256 hp. At the current time you can choose from two four-cylinder engines – the new 1.4 TSI/123 hp and the more powerful 1.8 TSI/158 hp.
The range of diesel engines contains two supercharged four-cylinder engines with a pump-nozzle system, 1.9 TDI PD DPF /103 hp and 2.0 TDI PD DPF/138 hp. The trio is finished off by a two-litre four-cylinder engine with common-rail high-pressure injection, a 2.0 TDI CR DPF with a top power output of 167 hp.
Full details after the jump.