The Skoda Superb returns, priced at Rs 54 lakh.

The Skoda Superb, which was discontinued last year, has made a comeback in India in the same configuration. The Skoda Superb comes with the same features, drivetrain, and styling as the model that was previously available before it was discontinued. Even though the next-generation Superb was unveiled globally last year, we will have to settle for what Skoda has to offer.

  • Skoda’s flagship vehicle makes a comeback to India, wearing the same appearance as when it left.
  • Receives the same 190 PS, 2-litre turbo-petrol engine mated to a 7-speed DSG transmission.
  • It has an identical appearance and interior design to the model that was phased out in 2023.
  • Adds a driver-knee airbag and dynamic chassis control with drive modes, but removes the sunroof.
  • In addition to Magic Black, the new colour possibilities are Rosso Brunello and Water World Green.
  • Rs 54 lakh (introductory, ex-showroom) is the price.
The design has not been altered in any way. It has the same grille, a streamlined bumper, a fog lamp arrangement contained in the bumper joined by a narrow chrome strip, and rectangular LED headlights with L-shaped DLRs. Its length is displayed on the side profile, where a thin chrome strip runs across the window line. Instead of the 17-inch alloy wheels on the discontinued model, Skoda now sells the Superb with 18-inch wheels. The sedan’s back end features a slim bumper with chrome garnish and sharp LED taillights joined by a chrome strip.

Although it is now old in terms of style, the Superb’s interior is sleek and simple, and it is available with a black and brown theme for the cabin. There are slim AC vents on the dashboard, a gloss black centre console, a two-spoke steering wheel, and chrome accents throughout the cabin, including the doors, the centre console, the AC vents, and the steering wheel. Skoda has improved back comfort with the Power Nap package, which includes a blanket and adjustable wings for the outer rear headrests to support the head as you sleep.

Engine and Gearbox
A 2-litre turbo-petrol engine powers the Skoda Superb, producing 190 PS and 320 Nm of torque and mated with a 7-speed DSG gearbox. This powerplant was also available with an all-wheel-drive (AWD) system in foreign countries; the India-spec Superb does not have this option.

It has a 12-speaker 610W Canton sound system, a fully digital driver’s display, three zones of climate control, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 12-way electrically adjustable front seats with memory for the driver’s seat, ventilated front seats with heating and cooling, and a massage function for the driver’s seat. Nevertheless, the sunroof is no longer included with the Superb. Rather, dynamic chassis control with drive modes is now included.
It has nine airbags, electronic stability control (ESC), ABS with EBD, a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), hill hold assistance, front and rear parking sensors, and a 360-degree camera for further safety. For semi-autonomous parking assistance with auto braking, it also receives Park Assist.

Skoda Superb is priced at Rs. 54 lakh (ex-showroom). Deliveries of the Skoda Superb will start later this month, making it far rarer than any competitor or substitute. Skoda is only bringing 100 of these vehicles.

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