Updated Superb solely available in petrol-auto form

There are 2 variants on sale – Sportline and Laurin & Klement (L&K)

Variants distinguishable by their exterior and interior themes  

Skoda’s large sedan, the Superb, has just got an update. The mid-cycle refresh brings tweaked styling, a longer equipment list and a switch to BS6 power. The 2.0-litre diesel engine has been dropped altogether while the old 1.8-litre turbo-petrol unit has been replaced by a new 190hp, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine. There’s no manual gearbox option with a 7-speed dual-clutch auto being standard fit.

While there may be only one engine-gearbox option on offer, buyers can choose between two different flavours of the Superb. The Superb Sportline – with its gloss-black exterior trim, a boot lip spoiler, all-black cabin with red highlights and single piece front seats – has the sportier air about it.  The L&K (Laurin & Klement), on the other hand – with its chrome décor on the outside, different design dual-tone of alloy wheels and dual-tone cabin (with a choice of leather upholstery colours) – has premium appeal. Each variant additionally also packs in some exclusive equipment.

Read on to know the finer points:

Skoda Superb Sportline [Rs 29.99 lakh]

LED headlamps with DRLs

LED fog lamps with cornering function

17-inch Stratos alloy wheels

Rain sensing wipers

Panoramic sunroof

Powered tailgate

Key-less entry and go

Puddle lamps

Powered front seats with memory function

Virtual Cockpit digital instrument cluster (Sportline only)

Three-zone climate control

Powered tailgate

Powered wing mirrors with heating and memory function

Cruise control

8.0-inch touchscreen with SD-card based navigation

Rear sun visors

10 colour ambient lighting

8 airbags

ABS with EBD

Front and rear parking sensors

Rear view camera

Hill start assist

Hill descent control

Electronic parking brake with auto hold

Anti-slip regulation

Electronic locking differential

Skoda Superb L&K (Rs 32.99 lakh)

In addition to the Sportline variant

17-inch Cassiopeia alloy wheels

Heated and ventilated front seats

Powered front seats with memory function for driver only

Boss button to adjust front passenger seat from the back

Driver fatigue warning system

Selectable drive modes

Hands-free tailgate opening

610W Canton audio system

Skoda logo projection when front doors opened

Umbrellas in front doors

Power Nap package with fold-out supports on rear headrests

Warning indicator lights on doors

Tyre pressure monitor

The Skoda Superb goes up against the Toyota Camry in India.

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