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autoviva2015-02-19 13:17:46

Skoda launches third generation Superb

Official debut will take place in March at the Geneva Motor Show

The Czech brand has decided not to make major changes in the formula of the model

SkodaSkodaSkodaCzech Rep., 1895 > present57 models
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will unveil at this year's Geneva Motor Show the new generation of the SuperbSkoda Superb (modern) Gen.3Czech Rep., 2015 > present87 versions
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, a model that aims to compete with rivals such as the Ford MondeoMondeo 5Ford Mondeo 5United Kingdom, 2013 > present105 versions
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or the BMW 3 Series3 SeriesBMW 3 SeriesGermany, 1975 > present6 series
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After selling around 750.000 units of the SuperbSuperb (modern)Skoda Superb (modern)Czech Rep., 2001 > present3 series
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since the model was launched in 2001, the Czech brand has decided not to make major changes in the formula of the model. However, the model is slightly longer than the generation it replaces (28mm more) and was developed on the MQB platform of the VolkswagenVolkswagenVolkswagenGermany, 1938 > present98 models
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Group and bets on a spacious cabin and boot space.

The design follows the current line of Skoda, with crease lines on the sides, a prominent front grille and narrow headlights with design influenced by the Czech crystal cut. Inside the brand bet on improving the quality of materials and space offered to passengers.

One of the highlights of the new Superb goes to the trunk space, which in this generation no longer has double opening and adopts a traditional hatchback, with a total of 625 liters.

Skoda will invest in a range of diesel engines for the new generation of Superb. The standard version will be equipped with a 1.6 liter engine with 120hp. CO2 emissions should be around 103g/km of CO2 in the manual version and 106 g/km with an automatic dual-clutch seven-speed transmission. A Greenline version will also be released with emissions to be further reduced to a value of around 96g/km.

The main diesel engine with 2.0-liter will be available with two outputs. The 150hp version will issue 106g/km of CO2 in the manual variant and 116g/km with the DSG transmission, while the 190hp version will emit 107g/km, 119g/km and 131g/km of CO2 in the manual, automatic and automatic all-wheel drive variants, respectively.

The range of petrol engines will offer outputs between 125 and 280hp. Among them will be the 1.4-liter 150hp turbo engine with CO2 emissions of 115g/km, while the top-range version with a 2.0 turbo engine with 280hp equipped with an automatic DSG seven-speed and all-wheel drive will emit 164g/km of CO2.

All versions are standardly equipped with a 6.5-inch color screen, dual-zone climate control, City Emergency Braking system and a feature by which the model became famous in the previous generation, the two small umbrellas stored in the front doors.

More details about the new Superb will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

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