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Take a Look under the Bonnet of the SUPERB iV

ŠKODA has unveiled a revised version of its flagship, the SUPERB, at the 2019 IIHF Ice-Hockey World Championship. This model will now be also offered in the form of the SUPERB iV with a plug-in hybrid drive. Let’s explore this technology up close.


What’s the simplest way of describing how the plug-in hybrid drive works in the new SUPERB iV?

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles combine an internal combustion engine with an electric motor and a large rechargeable battery. Unlike normal hybrids, plug-in hybrids can be charged from an ordinary socket, so they offer a relatively long range on electricity alone. The ŠKODA SUPERB iV features a 1.4 TSI turbocharged internal combustion engine connected, via a clutch, to a synchronous electric motor.


How does the system control which engine powers the vehicle at any given moment? Does the driver know which engine is in use?

When it comes to propulsion, the ŠKODA SUPERB iV offers two basic driving modes for the driver to choose between: electric mode and hybrid mode. In electric mode, only the electric motor is operable, while the internal combustion engine remains off. In hybrid mode, the motor control unit itself assesses many different factors and chooses whether to enable one, the other or both engines in order to accommodate the driver’s driving requirements while minimising consumption. Engine activity is displayed on the instrument panel.


The internal combustion engine is mounted in the front. So where is the electric motor?

The electric motor is also at the front, between the transmission and the internal combustion engine. From an engineering point of view, it is built directly into the gearbox and is separated from the internal combustion engine by a clutch. With this connection, the vehicle can rely on a fully electric ride with the internal combustion engine off or, alternatively, there may be an interplay between the engines in hybrid mode.


Will only one specific internal combustion engine be offered with the SUPERB iV or will there be a range to choose from?

Only one internal combustion engine is planned for the SUPERB iV: the 1.4 TSI, delivering maximum power of 115 kW and torque of 250 Nm.


What are the electric motor’s specifications?

It is a three-phase permanent magnet synchronous electric motor. This type of motor is ideal when it comes to efficiency. The ŠKODA SUPERB iV’s electric motor has maximum power of 85 kW, torque up to 330 Nm, and speeds of up to 7,000 rpm.


What is the SUPERB iV’s total output?

The maximum system output is 160 kW in hybrid mode. It can be activated via the Sport button on the bar next to the shift lever or by kicking down the accelerator.


What are the battery specifications?

The Li-ion battery, positioned under the rear seats, has a capacity of 13 kWh and weighs in at 135 kg.


What is the SUPERB iV’s range on electric only drive?

The WLTP-measured range in fully electric mode is 55 km.


How long does it take to charge a battery for electric drive?

It takes approximately three and a half hours to charge a flat battery from a 3.6 kW wallbox, and an hour and a half longer using an ordinary 230 V power socket.


The SUPERB iV will also harness regenerative braking. What is the simplest way of describing this principle?

When a conventional vehicle is braked, the kinetic energy generated by the brake pads is converted into heat and dissipates. In hybrid vehicles, the kinetic energy produced when braking is converted into electricity (the electric motor works as a generator) and is stored in the battery as chemical energy. The energy stored in this way can subsequently be reused for acceleration or for driving at a constant speed.


How much energy can be generated by regenerative braking?

The precise figure depends on many factors, but the maximum is 30% of the energy required to drive the vehicle.


How (much) does the hybrid mode reduce the SUPERB iV’s petrol consumption?

The energy that is stored in the battery during braking and is then reused lowers the amount of petrol consumed. As the internal combustion engine does not need to be used so much, if at all, less petrol is required. The specific petrol savings depend on a host of factors, such as the driving style, the route, the temperature, etc., so it is difficult to come up with an exact figure.


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Stylish visual accents and new technologies: first ŠKODA to feature full LED Matrix headlights

Innovative lighting technology used for the first time in a ŠKODA production model
› New assistance systems with expanded range of functions make their debut
› New design for the radiator grille and front bumper as well as new materials in the interior

Mladá Boleslav/Bratislava, 23 May 2019 – ŠKODA has systematically refined the SUPERB’s dynamic and elegant design. The carmaker has also upgraded its top model with new technologies and an even more exquisite interior. The full LED Matrix headlights and several new assistance systems are making their debut in a production model from the Czech brand. With a generous amount of interior space and a boot capacity of 625 l in the hatchback and 660 l in the estate, the SUPERB continues to set benchmarks in the segment.


One technological highlight of the updated ŠKODA SUPERB is its full LED Matrix headlights, which are making their debut in a ŠKODA production model. This innovative system generates a light beam consisting of several segments, which it controls individually. This prevents other road users from being dazzled, despite the high beam being on at all times. The intelligent technology uses the camera on the windscreen to detect oncoming traffic as well as people and objects reflecting the light, and a control unit to immediately turn off individual segments of the light beam.

The adaptive, crystalline-effect full LED Matrix headlights bear ‘ŠKODA Crystal Lighting’ lettering in their housings and offer different lighting modes for different driving situations and weather conditions. These consist of an LED module for the dipped and high beam, three further LED high beam segments, a static LED cornering light, a narrow LED strip providing the indicators, daytime running and position lights, as well as needle-like LED structures used as part of the animated Coming/Leaving Home function. The redesigned fog lights with cornering function also use the four LED light sources. The full LED tail lights come with dynamic rear indicators that illuminate in an outward sweeping motion, not only making the signal even easier to see and more noticeable, but also creating additional dynamics.


Another feature of the innovative full LED Matrix system is the animated Coming/Leaving Home function, which automatically turns parts of the headlights and tail lights on and off when getting into or out of the car.

In addition to the Matrix technology for the high beam, two other assistance systems are also making their debut in a ŠKODA production vehicle. The latest version of Predictive Cruise Control uses images from the camera on the windscreen and data from the navigation system to detect speed restrictions as well as bends, and automatically adjusts the speed in anticipation. The new Emergency Assist for multi‑lane roads automatically steers the car to the roadside in emergencies, where it brings the car to a stop. It does so in a controlled manner and taking into account traffic in other lanes. To do this, the system uses Lane Assist and Park Assist as well as the radar sensors belonging to Side Assist. Whilst the familiar Blind Spot Detect has a range of up to 20 m, Side Assist works at a distance of up to 70 m. Furthermore, the ŠKODA SUPERB now also offers Front Assist with Predictive Pedestrian Protection. This warns of a potential collision visually, acoustically and by gently applying the brakes, and automatically slows the car down in emergencies. Also making their ŠKODA debut in all of the SUPERB models are a new electromechanical brake booster and aerodynamic covers on the rear axle suspension, which improve driving stability.

In addition to the plug‑in hybrid drive available for the new ŠKODA SUPERB iV, there is a choice of six other engines which all fulfil the Euro 6d‑TEMP emissions standard. There are ten different engine/drive combinations to choose from.

The 1.6 TDI producing 88 kW (120 PS) is fitted with a 7‑speed DSG as standard.

For the 2.0 TDI delivering 110 kW (150 PS) – the first TDI from the latest EVO generation – the power is transmitted by either a 6‑speed manual gearbox or a 7‑speed DSG.

The top‑of‑the‑range 2.0 TDI diesel offering 140 kW (190 PS) comes with a 7‑speed DSG as standard and all‑wheel drive is optional. All three diesel engines are equipped with an SCR catalytic converter with AdBlue injection and a diesel particulate filter.

The 1.5 TSI outputting 110 kW (150 PS) is the entry‑level petrol engine and is available with either a 6‑speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed DSG.

The new 2.0 TSI outputting 140 kW (190 PS) features a 7‑speed DSG as standard;

the top‑of‑the‑range 2.0 TSI delivering 200 kW (272 PS) comes with all‑wheel drive and a 7-speed DSG as standard. All three TSIs are fitted with a petrol particulate filter.


ŠKODA has slightly modified the exterior of the SUPERB and has carefully refined the front section. 

The redesigned front bumper means the car’s length has increased by 8 mm to 4,869 mm in the ŠKODA SUPERB, and by 6 mm to 4,862 mm in the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI. The wheelbase measures 2,841 mm, whilst the car’s width is 1,864 mm. Its height is 1,469 mm, or 1,477 mm in the estate. By offering a boot capacity that ranges from 625 to 1,760 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB and 660 to 1,950 l in the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI, the Czech car manufacturer’s top model remains the very best in the segment.

The typical ŠKODA grille now bears double slats, is larger and protrudes a little further down into the front bumper. Even in their entry-level version, the narrower headlights come with LED technology as standard for the dipped and high beam, daytime running lights and position light, – and now reach up to the grille. At the rear, a horizontal chrome trim, which connects the full LED tail lights and the new ‘ŠKODA’ block lettering catch the eye. As part of the optional ambient lighting, LED spotlights project ‘ŠKODA’ onto the ground when the doors are opened. Completing the model update, new 18- and 19‑inch alloy wheels and the colours Crystal Black and Race Blue have been added to the range of customisation options.


The top trim level, L&K, offers identical dimensions but the Air Curtains, side sills and rear bumper set themselves apart with new chrome details. It can also be identified by the ‘Laurin & Klement’ lettering on the front wings. Chrome trim surrounds and connects the fog lights in the front air inlet. The aerodynamically optimised 18‑inch Propus Aero alloy wheels – available as standard – are new; and the standard equipment for the L&K variant also includes adaptive Dynamic Chassis Control.


The interior of the ŠKODA SUPERB appears refined and elegant thanks to new chrome highlights on the instrument panel and door trims as well as new seat covers in the Ambition and Style trim levels. The revised ŠKODA SUPERB also comes with new decorative trims for the centre console and dashboard. The coloured contrasting stitching on the leather and Alcantara® seats as well as on the armrests in the doors is new too. The storage compartments below these are illuminated. Using the optional keyless vehicle entry system (KESSY), all of the car’s four doors can be opened straight away; the KESSY GO start button comes as standard. For the L&K version, there is now the option of an Alcantara® roof lining in black or beige including lined roof pillars. The ‘Laurin & Klement’ lettering adorns the passenger side of the dashboard’s Piano Black or beige decorative trim as well as the front backrests. These offer electric adjustment with a memory function. Ventilated front seats and a massage function for the driver’s seat are available as options for the L&K version.

The SUPERB family is also equipped with a wealth of Simply Clever solutions ŠKODA uses to make customers’ lives and the handling of their car that little bit easier. And three more features have been added during the update. In addition to wirelessly connecting smartphones to the car’s aerial, the new enlarged Phone Box also enables inductive charging. For the first time in a ŠKODA, there is a Space Organiser below the false boot floor – a shallow, divided tray for securely storing all kinds of equipment. Also new is an optional, Flexible Organiser in the luggage compartment with a movable horizontal bar on the adjustable false boot floor. The false boot floor is available exclusively for the estate version.


In the ŠKODA SUPERB, there is an optional Virtual Cockpit and a choice of three different infotainment systems, two of which also offer a navigation function. The Bolero radio and the Amundsen navigation system, including maps on an SD card, each come with an 8‑inch touchscreen. The Columbus infotainment system displays information on a 9.2‑inch touchscreen, and features gesture and voice control, as well as a DVD player and a hard drive for music and videos. SmartLink technology comes as standard for all of the systems, and enables access to smartphone apps via the infotainment system’s display. A SIM card provides Internet access, a Wi‑Fi hotspot and access to the ŠKODA Connect mobile online services. The L&K version is fitted with a CANTON sound system as standard.



ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE: an elegant sportster

Sporty variant of the ŠKODA flagship featuring further dynamic accents
› Frame surrounding the radiator grille and trim between the tail lights both in gloss black
› Sporty adaptive chassis and black interior with Alcantara®/leather sports seats
› New metallic Crystal Black and Race Blue finishes added


Mladá Boleslav/Bratislava, 23 May 2019 – The dynamic ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE is the sportster among the SUPERB family and differentiates itself from its siblings using striking black features. The SUPERB SPORTLINE, which is available as a hatchback and estate, sports a remodelled radiator grille and 18‑inch alloy wheels – both of which come in black. The radiator grille frame and the trim between the full LED tail lights are also gloss black. Full LED Matrix headlights and a sports chassis, which has been lowered by 10 mm, are included as standard. The black interior sets itself apart with sport seats featuring Alcantara®/leather covers and the option of extending the seat surface.


The revised ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE assumes the role of the dynamic sportster among the SUPERB family. Its athletic appearance is emphasised by black details, such as the trim framing the redesigned radiator grille – which is also black – or the new horizontal high-gloss strip positioned between the full LED tail lights. Full LED Matrix headlights and dynamic rear indicators are also included in the standard equipment. The remodelled front bumper with a honeycomb texture and black 18‑inch Zenith alloy wheels underline the car’s dynamic design. Burnished 19‑inch anthracite Vega and black Supernova alloy wheels are available as options.


The ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE is available with any of the model range’s engines, with the exception of the 1.6 TDI delivering 88 kW (120 PS); it is also available as a SUPERB iV with plug‑in hybrid drive and a power output of 160 kW (218 PS). All engines fulfil the Euro 6d‑TEMP emissions standard. The most powerful petrol engine, the 2.0 TSI outputting 200 kW (272 PS), features all‑wheel drive as standard; this is optional for the top-of-the-range 2.0 TDI diesel producing 140 kW (190 PS). The 10‑mm‑lower sports chassis comes as standard.

In the predominantly black interior, the driver and front passenger find themselves seated in Alcantara®/leather sports seats with contrasting stitching and integrated headrests – extendable front seats are available as an option. Further SPORTLINE highlights include a three‑spoke leather steering wheel with contrasting stitching, decorative strips with a black, carbon-effect appearance and chrome accents. As an option and for the first time, the ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE’s roof lining and pillars can also be clad in elegant black Alcantara®. The KESSY keyless entry system for all doors and LED ambient lighting come as standard as well. The special Performance Monitor informs sporty and ambitious drivers of G‑forces as well as oil and water temperatures on the central display.




New ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT added to SUPERB family for the first time

Multifunctional lifestyle estate with raised ground clearance and allwheel drive
> Rugged offroadlook body enhancements and 18inch alloy wheels
> New metallic Tangerine Orange finish available exclusively for the SUPERB SCOUT

Mladá Boleslav/Bratislava, 23 May 2019 – ŠKODA is offering its flagship model for the first time as a rugged SCOUT variant. Elegant design and off-road virtues are perfectly combined into one multifunctional and robust lifestyle car – the new SUPERB SCOUT. Standard equipment for the SUPERB SCOUT, which is exclusively available as an allwheeldrive estate, includes rugged body enhancements, 18inch Braga alloy wheels, a RoughRoad package featuring an added 15 mm of ground clearance, and a special SCOUT look in the interior. The new metallic Tangerine Orange finish is also exclusive to the SCOUT.

By launching the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT, the Czech brand is adding a new top model to its range of rugged offroad cars. It combines the generous amount of space offered by the elegant ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI with the virtues and flair of an offroad adventurer, yet the length and width remain the same. The ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT cuts a fine figure offroad thanks to allwheel drive and a RoughRoad package, which comes as standard and provides underbody protection for the engine as well as undercarriage when driving on rougher terrain, and raises the ground clearance by 15 mm. This is supported by an additional OffRoad mode for Driving Mode Select. Dynamic Chassis Control is available as an option.

Two powerful yet efficient engines
The ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT is available exclusively with either the model range’s most powerful diesel or petrol engine. The 2.0 TDI diesel engine delivers 140 kW (190 PS) and transfers its maximum torque of 400 Nm to all four wheels via a 7speed DSG. The 2.0 TDI is fitted with an SCR catalytic converter with AdBlue injection and a diesel particulate filter, meaning it fulfils the Euro 6dTEMP emissions standard.

The 2.0 TSI petrol engine boasts a power output of 200 kW (272 PS) and has a maximum torque of 350 Nm. In addition to all-wheel drive, it also comes with a 7speed DSG. Equipped with a petrol particulate filter, the 2.0 TSI fulfils the Euro 6dTEMP emissions standard too. Featuring Stop/Start technology and brake energy recovery, both of the engines available for the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT are particularly efficient.

Rugged body enhancements, aluminium look and chrome elements
In keeping with the style of the ŠKODA’s familiar SCOUT models, the new SUPERB SCOUT also has a striking offroad appearance. As with all new SUPERBs, the redesigned, enlarged ŠKODA grille protrudes further down into the front bumper and, just like in the SPORTLINE, features black double slats – but this time framed by a chrome trim. Unlike the other members of the SUPERB family, the SCOUT showcases redesigned, rugged front and rear bumpers, each with aluminiumeffect underbody protection. Furthermore, additional plastic trims protect the wheel arches, side sills and the lower part of the doors. The roof rails and window frames are chromeplated, providing exquisite highlights. The wing mirror housings shine in an aluminium look and there are special SCOUT badges on the wings.

The new SUPERB SCOUT comes with 18inch Braga alloy wheels as standard, which are also optionally available in a twotone version. The new twotone, 19-inch Manaslu alloys and exclusive metallic Tangerine Orange body finish are further customisation options. The SUPERB SCOUT is ideal for towing and can pull a weight of 2,200 kg; its optional retractable tow bar is mechanically unlocked.

Wood effect and SCOUTspecific seats in the interior
On the inside, the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT greets its passengers with special, woodeffect decorative strips that bear the SCOUT logo just like the front seats. The seat covers are made of a SCOUTspecific fabric with contrasting stitching. As an option, Alcantara®/leather seats with brown contrasting stitching and, for the first time, new piping in a contrasting colour on the front of the front seats are also available. Heated front seats come as standard; there is the option of heated outer rear seats too. The central display is fitted with additional offroad screens and the driver is greeted by a special welcome logo on the display when entering the car.

The high level of comfort for the rear passengers, who enjoy a generous amount of kneeroom, can be further increased using some of the many ŠKODAtypical Simply Clever ideas. For example, if desired the front passenger seat can be electrically adjusted from the rear and the optional Sleep package provides comfortable, larger headrests and a blanket. Just like all other estate versions of the SUPERB, the SCOUT features the largest boot in its segment – with a capacity of 660 to 1,950 l. The tailgate can be electrically operated; as an option, it can also be opened using the Virtual Pedal by waving a foot under the rear bumper.

2006: ŠKODA’s first SCOUT model steps onto the automotive stage
There is already a tradition of rugged SCOUT models with offroad flair at ŠKODA. 13 years ago, the secondgeneration ŠKODA OCTAVIA was introduced with a rugged offroad look for the first time. The lifestylefocused offroader immediately gained a wide fan base. The popularity of this estate, fitted with allwheel drive as standard, continued smoothly into the third generation of the OCTAVIA that followed. After the launch of the KODIAQ (2017) and KAROQ (2018), the Czech car manufacturer also successfully added the SCOUT concept to its SUV models.



Via Skoda


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immaginate quanto sarebbe più bella senza quel triangolino sui fari anteriori

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Davvero davvero davvero bella. Equilibrata e ricca.


Sinceramente è molto più "armonica" di Passat.

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Veramente bella, ottima auto equilibrata in tutto. Solo la plancia, vecchia e troppo datata, li potevano svecchiarla 

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In Skoda a sto giro hanno fatto davvero un bel lavoro, l’hanno aggiornata senza stravolgerla ma affinandola dove serviva, sia nell’estetica che nei contenuti: per fortuna non hanno replicato ciò che si è visto con il restyling di Octavia, a mio avviso peggiorativo.
Dovendo scegliere una segmento D VAG propendere senza dubbio per la Superb.

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Molto gradevole in generale, hanno fatto un bel lavoro. Peccato per la plancia, che mi piace solo nella versione legno della Scout.

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Bella era e bella rimane anche con questo restyling, secondo il mio gusto è una delle migliori proposte del suo segmento e dal rapporto qualità-prezzo veramente interessante. 


Interessante la versione iV mi piacerebbe provarla. 


Dopo Scala, ora con il restyling di Superb e Citigo-e iV scompare il logo al posteriore e debutta la scritta Skoda a tutta larghezza. 

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Anche secondo me hanno fatto un ottimo lavoro, Superb era e s conferma un'ottima proposta, forse la migliore nel segmento sotto certi aspetti.


Chissà perchè l'ibrida (come Passat) usa ancora il 1.4 e non il nuovo 1.5.

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non mi fanno impazzire le luci sotto il paraurti anteriore, troppo lunghi.. per il resto sempre bella e apprezzabile..

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