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Skoda Superb (modern)

Skoda Superb (modern) (Czech Rep., 2001-present)

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The Škoda Superb is a large family car and the flagship in the Škoda line-up. From 2001 to 2008 it was based on the Volkswagen Passat platform. The Superb name was originally used by Škoda between 1934 and 1942 for another large car. It was then revived for this modern luxury sedan.

The second generation Škoda Superb was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2008. It is based on a stretched version of the Octavia platform. It is available as five-door five-seat liftback saloon and as estate wagon. Being as it is based on the Octavia A5 platform, the latest Superb features transverse engine layout.

Petrol engine options include an entry-level 92 kilowatts (125 PS; 123 bhp) 1.4 litre inline-four cylinder (I4) TFSI (with a turbocharger and Fuel Stratified Injection), a 118 kW (160 PS; 158 bhp) 1.8 litre I4 TFSI, a 147 kW (200 PS; 197 bhp) 2.0 litre I4 TFSI, a flagship 3.6 litre 191 kW (260 PS; 256 bhp) FSI VR6 engine (a detuned version of that fitted in the Passat R36) complete with 4motion four-wheel drive and six-speed Direct-Shift Gearbox (DSG). Diesel engine options include 2.0 litre I4 Turbocharged Direct Injection (TDI) with common rail which is rated at 103 kW (140 PS; 138 bhp), 2.0 litre I4 TDI 125 kW (170 PS; 168 bhp) with common rail, and a 77 kW (105 PS; 103 bhp) 1.9 litre I4 TDI Greenline with reduced fuel consumption.


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The origin of Skoda Auto goes back to 1895. Václav Laurin, a mechanic, and Václav Klement, book-seller, both shared a passion for bicycles. When Klement tried to get spare parts to fix is bicycle and wrote to the manufacturer in Czech, he got an unfawl reply asking him to write in a language they could understand. In that moment, the two Czechs founded Laurin & Klement and started to produce bicycles under the patriotic name: Slavia.

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