The countdown has begun: in three days, the updated Skoda Superb and the new Superb Scout will celebrate its world premiere. On the day of the quarterfinals of the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship this year, in Bratislava (Slovakia), the manufacturer will present the new revised Superb to the public. As the main official sponsor of the world championship for many years, Skoda will use the sporting event as the stage to present a vehicle for the first time. Before the imminence of the world premiere, the manufacturer offers a first look at the new Superb by publishing a launch video.
The design sketch of the new Skoda Superb shows headlights with clean and geometric shapes, fog lights with a distinctive contour, as well as the manufacturer's typical radiator grille. The Skoda letters on the back, replacing the brand logo, make their Superb debut. As the flagship of the Skoda range, the Superb, whose history dates back to the 1930s, sports the latest innovations in design, technology and functionality.
The refined top-of-the-line model crystallizes Skoda's aspirations to offer the best quality vehicles that provide customers with an exceptional amount of space and numerous superior segment features.
The history of the Superb as Skoda's flagship starts in 1934, with the production of the original model at the Mladá Boleslav plant. From 1947, the Czech brand began to produce the Superb as the first Kvasiny plant model. The name is derived from the Latin "superbus", which means exceptional, excellent or outstanding.
After a break of more than 50 years, those same characteristics were inherited by the modern Skoda Superb, in 2001. The modern Superb is now in its third generation and is as popular with families and private customers as in its capacity as a comfortable company vehicle and floats. In April 2017, the third generation of the Skoda flagship model passed the milestone of one million cars produced. . (tagsToTranslate) first (t) details (t) updated (t) skoda (t) superb