The appearance of the new Škoda Superb is striking in its form. The implementation of the Škoda Auto design philosophy is mirrored in the strong three-dimensional form of the front grille, while its finely modelled chrome trimmings afford it a substantial and solid look. The contoured lines of the bonnet extend to the headlamps, intensifying the horizontal direction of these lines, giving the new Superb its appearance of sitting solidly and self-assuredly on the road. The markedly emphasised front wings underline this feature. They give the new Škoda Superb its characteristic image which, in turn, characterises it clearly as a member of the Škoda family.
For the first time ever, the number plate holder is not integrated in the boot cover but instead is positioned lower down on the bumper. This creates space for the large Škoda logo, which radiates self assurance from its position in the centre of the vertical face of the boot cover. Below this, the attractive rear view of the Škoda Superb is enhanced by the model designation. The two-part tail lamps with one half integrated into the rear wings and the other integrated into the boot cover are true to the design language used to date across the brand. In daylight they excel with their straight-lined and elegant form; in the dark, they light up in the typical night-time design of the latest generation of Škoda cars, forming a C-shaped light. The new Škoda Superb is mounted on up to 18 inch wheels, effectively underlining the image of solidity and sporting elegance communicated by the bodywork.
The Skoda Superb GreenLine, one of the world’s first vehicles in its class to offer the benefits of low consumption (5.1 litres/100 km) and CO2 emissions below 136 g/km, launched at the end of 2008. The Skoda Superb GreenLine comes with a diesel engine (1.9 TDI PD 77 kW) fitted with DPF. Based on the Skoda Superb Comfort level, the equipment package includes a multifunctional dashboard suggesting the best gear in every driving situation, a tyre repair kit and spoilers for improved aerodynamics.