2024 Skoda Superb Sedan Breaks Cover, India Launch Soon

Skoda has taken the wraps off of the all-new Superb, dubbing it the most “technically advanced” version of its flagship sedan till date.

Just like the Kodiaq that was revealed a few weeks ago, the new Superb, too, focuses on offering enhanced passenger comfort while adding more tech to its equipment list.

Underpinned by the MQB EVO platform, the new Superb is 43 mm longer than its predecessor (at 4,912 mm) and 12 mm taller (at 1,481 mm), but is 15 mm narrower (1,849 mm) and has the same 2,841 mm wheelbase.

Along with a two-spoke steering, there’s now a 13-inch touchscreen infotainment system that incorporates most cabin controls, along with a 10-inch ‘Virtual Cockpit’ digital instruments display.

It features the new Skoda 2D logo, new LED Matrix headlights (each housing two side-by-side bi-LED modules) that are said to offer up to 40 per cent higher light output, and a unique dark chrome surround for the grille surround.

There is a 1.5-litre TSI turbo-petrol – equipped with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system for the first time – on offer, along with 2.0-litre TSI turbo-petrol and TDI diesel engines, with outputs ranging from 148 bhp to 201 bhp.

Before the new-gen model, the outgoing Superb is likely to be made available in limited numbers shipped to India in CBU form.