The brand new Skoda Superb has had a facelift and will be 19%  greater in efficiency than the current model. The model will be making it’s official debut at the Shanghai Motor Show, this month. The Skoda Superb Estate and the hatchback have been given new styling to the front and the rear, to bring the model up to date with the latest design language from the marque. Skoda have said that the Superb has been designed completely from the nose to the A pillars, the most noticeable differences are the new headlights, bumpers and grille.

What is new with the Skoda Superb?

Revisions for the rear styling of the vehicle are new lights with LED graphics that the shape of a C. Also, new paint colours, interior trim fabrics and alloy wheel designs are also offered. As is standard to all diesel Skoda Superb models from the 2014 Skoda Superb range, stop start and energy recuperation technology are fitted. The 1.6 litre Superb Greenline model sees the economy boosted to 67.3 mpg and emissions reduced to 100g. Adopting a manual transmission in the 2.0 litre TDI 138 brake horsepower 4×4 models shows further mechanical revisions, whilst the 167 brake horsepower versions  are offered with a 6 speed DSG gearbox.

What else does the new Skoda Superb offer?

Revisions with regards to the equipment are park assist, which can support the driver with both bay and parallel parking and can also help with the entering and exiting of a parking space. Passengers in the rear of the model are also able to move the front passenger seat electrically.