Skoda has introduced the new Superb SportLine and announced that it will have world debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show (2015 IAA) later this month. The event will also witness the premier of the Skoda Superb Combi along with the efficient Superb GreenLine.
Skoda had earlier announced that the new Superb will not feature a performance oriented vRS variant but instead will offer a Superb variant with a sporty look and feel. So, the SportLine variant was probably what the company had in mind. The new Superb SportLine will be available in both the estate and hatchback versions.
The SportLine variant will be offered with all current drivetrains in the Superb line-up except the base 1.4 TSI petrol and 1.6 TDI diesel engines. It features 18-inch or 19-inch alloy wheels with a sport chassis and 15 mm lower suspension setup.
Interior features include a three-spoke steering wheel along with the gear knob trimmed in leather, sport seats with exclusive upholstery, tinted windows, aluminium finish pedals and carbon inspired trim embellishments.
Skoda will also present the Superb Combi with enhanced levels of comfort featuring Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) with Driving Mode Select at the motor show. The estate version comes with noteworthy features like a new three-zone climate control along with a panoramic sunroof, heated seats, rain-light sensor and wirelessly heated windscreen among others.
The Skoda Superb GreenLine will also make its debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The GreenLine variant is dubbed to be the least-polluting vehicle in its segment and will be offered in both saloon and estate versions. Skoda claims that the ‘green’ Superb can travel a distance of 1,780 km in a tank full (66 litres) of diesel.
The press release is embedded below for further information.