Skoda is expanding the current Superb facelift range with the addition of two versions, set to be unveiled during this year Geneva Motor Show.
The Superb Outdoor is returning to the range for the first time since the model’s facelift during 2013. With off-road adventure styling as standard, the car features additional specification above the SE trim on which it’s based, and is available with four-wheel-drive transmission.
Standard equipment includes new front and rear bumpers, wheel arch and side sill extensions, loading sill protection and side body mouldings. All are finished in matt grey.
Additional kit includes 18-inch ‘Trinity’ anthracite alloys, Hill Hold Control, tyre pressure monitor, integrated front headlight washers, heated washer nozzles and sunset glass.
For those wanting some extras usually found in the premium segment, Skoda offers Superb Outdoor Plus, which adds full leather upholstery and an ‘Amundsen’ satellite navigation system with integrated DAB digital radio for a cost of 1,000 pounds.
The Skoda Superb Outdoor and Outdoor Plus will be available with one of two existing transmissions – the 2.0-litre TDI 140 hp 4×4 or 2.0-litre TDI 170 hp 4×4 DSG. The on-the-road price for each Outdoor model is £26,995 and £29,235 respectively. That’s a £2,000 premium over SE trim.