New Skoda Superb Combi with over 1,800 liters of loading volume
A ot the Geneva Motor Show, the Czechs unveiled the new generation of the Skoda Superb as a sedan, with the estate car completing the series. Even the sedan can boast a maximum trunk volume of up to 1,760 liters and a maximum loading length of 3.1 meters. When it comes to space, the new Skoda Superb Combi will add even more space, even if the station wagon is markedly sportier than before. While the predecessor still had a maximum loading volume of 1,835 liters and a minimum of 603 liters, the new Skoda Superb should still have similar values.
In terms of design, the new Skoda Superb will of course be based on the styling of the sedan. A contoured bonnet, a wide grill with slats and a central logo as well as narrow headlights give the Skoda Superb Combi the same modern and elegant look as the sedan. The roof line of the loadmaster slopes gently towards the rear, the ribbon of windows narrows towards the rear and ends in a slight upward bend. A roof edge spoiler with a brake light sits enthroned on the roof edge, while a steeply standing flap with a fairly large window closes the load space. As with the sedan, narrow rear lights that reach into the flap will form the end.
Technically, the Skoda Superb Combi will use its sedan brother. On the diesel side there is the two-liter TDI with 150 or 190 hp, a smaller 1.6-liter TDI with 120 hp rounds off the diesel engine range at the bottom. On the gasoline side, the top engines are the two-liter TSI with 220 and 280 hp, the basic engines here are the 1.4-liter TSI with 125 hp or 150 hp. The Superb Combi is being launched in the Ambition, Style and L&K equipment lines, with all-wheel drive being optional.