2016 Skoda Superb based on spyshots – Rendering

Posted on: Dec 26, 2014 - 12:30pm IST

To be launched next year.

The 2016 Skoda Superb’s design draws a lot of inspiration from the VisionC Concept as you must have seen in the official sketch of the upcoming car. Thomas, a World Car Fans reader, has used all that information and produced a rendering of the vehicle.

2016 Skoda Superb rendering front three quarter
Engine options will include four cylinder petrol and diesel units.

To go on sale next year, the rendered images show that the 2016 Superb carries a fresh design, which is sharper looking and certainly miles ahead of the subtle styling of the current generation Superb. Another change shown in the artist’s rendition is at the rear, which now boasts an Octavia-like liftback and not the dual opening system that the current Superb uses, as reported earlier.

An earlier report suggests that the Superb might be longer than the new Volkswagen Passat (India-bound), while powering the vehicle will be a range of four-cylinder TSI and TDI engines. A plug-in hybrid might be added to the lineup at a later stage.

2016 Skoda Superb rendering rear three quarter
To make a public appearance at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Superb will go on sale in Europe by mid-2015.

Also read: 2015 Skoda Fabia Combi enters production 

The new Superb will be revealed in February next year, while a public debut will take place at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. European sales will begin shortly after launch (in mid 2015) and an Indian arrival is expected by late-2015 or early 2016.

Competitors: Honda Accord, Volkswagen Passat, Toyota Camry
Expected Price: INR 20-25 lakhs, ex-Showroom (India)
Launch date: H1 2015 (Europe)

Skoda VisionC Concept – Image Gallery (Unrelated)

[Source – World Car Fans]

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