Škoda Auto releases exterior sketches of the fourth generation Superb

Its design incorporates elements from the new Modern Solid design language and the key features include upgraded LED Matrix beam headlights and LED rear lights with crystalline elements.

With just few days to go before the premiere of the fourth-generation Superb, Škoda Auto has released the exterior sketches of its all-new ICE flagship. Skoda Auto will showcase the fourth-generation Skoda Superb on November 2.

The new Skoda Superb showcases the company’s fresh Modern Solid design language, featuring a slightly redesigned signature grille, upgraded LED Matrix beam headlights and LED rear lights with crystalline elements. The sporty bumpers with sharp details add to the car’s dynamic appeal.

In terms of dimensions, the 2024 Skoda Superb is longer and taller than its predecessor, offering more space for occupants. The boot space has increased by 20 litres to 645 litres, making it one of the most spacious cars in its class.

The interior of the fourth-generation Superb has been completely redesigned, featuring a free-standing central display with a screen diagonal of up to 13 inches. The gearshift lever has been relocated to the steering column, freeing up space on the centre console. Sustainable materials are used throughout the interior, according to the company.

Under the hood, the new Superb offers a range of engine options. The entry-level model comes with a mild-hybrid 1.5-litre TSI engine delivering 150hp. Higher variants are powered by a 2.0-litre TSI unit available in two states of tune — 204hp and 265hp. Diesel lovers have a choice of two 2.0-litre diesel options, with either 150hp or 193hp. A plug-in hybrid version is also available, featuring a 1.5-litre TSI petrol engine mated to a 25.7kWh battery.

“The Superb has traditionally shaped Skoda’s design language and the fourth model generation will continue to do just that. Its looks are characterised by sharply drawn lines, clearly defined and dynamic proportions and a modern sculptural and crystalline styling,” said Oliver Stefani, Head of Skoda Design.

As of now, Skoda has sold 1,560,000 units of the Superb worldwide. This includes 137,000 units of the first-gen model from 2001 to 2008, 618,000 units of the second-gen model from 2008 to 2015 and 805,000 units of the third-gen model from 2015 to 2023.