The Superb has become a showcase for SKODA’s design and engineering excellence
Although the name may seem a little presumptuous, it is the only word to describe this elegant, spacious and luxurious car. The original Superb was developed by Skoda back in the 1930's and was designed for the lifestyles of dignitaries, world leaders and even royalty - a car which was designed to be luxurious and elegant from both inside and out.
The new Superb has been built with the same commitment to luxury and elegance as its predecessors whilst also embracing the needs of modern drivers: affordability, efficiency, safety and technology. This commitment has resulted in one of the most complete and attainable luxury cars on sale today. Testament to this came at the 2012 Parker’ Car of the Year Awards when the Skoda Superb was named Best premium executive car under £30k.
The Superb epitomises the Skoda design philosophy, which is to create cars that allow its drivers to have
the best of both, internally and externally. Internally Skoda cars are completed with world class engines, smooth transmissions and high specifications. Externally Skoda cars are designed with practical bodies that are both distinctive and elegant.
The Superb is now available in hatch or estate and both come in a variety of petrol and diesel engines. The range starts with the entry level ‘S' trim, then ‘SE', ‘Elegance’ ‘Laurin & Klement’ then onto the top trim level, ‘Outdoor and Outdoor Plus'. If you want to have the extra feeling of stability that comes from 4x4, then the Superb offers it in some of its petrol and diesel engine cars. The Superb range also includes the economical GreenLine derivative which has emissions of just 129g/km and proves that luxury need not cost the earth.
The Superb is also peppered with ground breaking technology and design features which will delight, even the most ‘techy' among us. For example, the Superb was the first ever car to have a boot which could be opened as a hatch or a saloon and one of the first cars in the UK to offer park assist technology. The Superb was also the first car in the Skoda range to embrace touch screen technology, which allows the driver to control features from within the car and displaying important vehicle information, such as the parking sensors, heated seats and external temperatures. This technology also reduces the amount of physical buttons on the Superb's dashboard, which makes for a clean and uncomplicated display.
Contact our sales team at Capitol SKODA Newport today for our best deals and to arrange a test drive in the Superb of your choice.