Auto Bild has released renderings of the 2018 Skoda Superb accompanied by spy images of the sedan and estate variants.
The Skoda Superb facelift rendering shows the sedan with an updated nose complete with narrower wedge-shape headlamps and a slightly updated 'Butterfly' grille. The front-end in the render also features a bonnet with curvier character lines. Triangular fog lamp units replace the current model's rectangular units.
The second rendering images the tail section of the 2018 Skoda Superb Combi. The design builds on the Czech crystal glass art inspired design of the current car. However, the tail light is missing the signature C-Motif LED graphics. An updated rear bumper with narrower reflector units round off the changes to the rear end.
The info obtained by Auto Bild point towards a new radiator grille, a more contoured bumper, and distinct triangular headlamps. The report adds that the 2018 Skoda Superb will also get new equipment lines.
The timeline for the 2018 Skoda Superb facelift launch is unclear at the moment. The car may be unveiled towards the end of 2017. The sedan was unveiled in February 2015 followed by a market launch in June 2015.
[source - Auto Bild]