Skoda Superb Combi - Revealed - 1

It seems that Czech manufacturer Skoda has released some photos and details on a wagon version of it’s Superb model that was revealed earlier this year. The new Skoda Superb Combi is said to premiere at the 66th Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) in Frankfurt this September.

“With the new ŠKODA Superb Combi, we have further developed the existing strengths of the Superb and once again set a benchmark for the competition. With its expressive, dynamic design, we are emphasising and complimenting ŠKODA’s expertise in the estate segment. The combination of aesthetics, top-of-the range technology and the highest practical benefits makes the new Superb Combi an outstanding vehicle within its segment. With the new flagship, we will attract new customers to our brand.” said Skoda Technical Development Board Member Dr Frank Welsch.

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Based on the group’s MQB technology, the Combi looks very similar to its sedan and hatchback models except, obviously, for the wagon rear end. For the Combi, the wheelbase has been extended by 80 mm to 2,841 mm, its track widen to 1,584 mm at the front and to 1,572 mm at the rear, resulting in better interior space with more elbow room, headroom and kneeroom.

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Boot space represents a 27 litres increase to 660 litres but when the back seats are folded down, an impressive 1,950 litres is available, which is supposedly a best-in-class.

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No details on powerplants but Skoda did mention that the Combi will benefit from its new line of EU6 engines which is said to be more powerful and up to 30 percent more efficient. It will also get new assistance systems for increased safety, eco-friendliness and comfort.



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