New Skoda Superb also gets stripped inside

The Opel Insignia will go out of production this year, the Ford Mondeo has not been for sale for a while and the Renault Talisman is no longer available in the Netherlands. This means that the traditional D-segmenter is pretty much on the line, but Volkswagen and Skoda just come up with new generations of successively the Passat and Superb. On these spy photos you can see the new Superb as a Combi again. For the first time, we can also see the inside of that new Czech. It is not the first time that we can show you the new Skoda Superb in test suit. The previously photographed copy was also a Superb Combi, although we expect that there will also be a traditional five-door liftback version. Although the Superb has been available in two body styles for years, it is not at all obvious that the Superb will return with a flatter rear window. After all, Volkswagen will only carry the new Passat as a Variant. In terms of appearance, the large Skoda therefore follows a different path than its Volkswagen brother, but otherwise the two are very similar, especially on a technical level. Under the skin, we expect to encounter further development of the current MQB platform in both models. The current Skoda Superb has the well-known Virtual Cockpit behind the steering wheel, a digital instrumentation that is separate from the infotainment screen, which is still relatively traditionally integrated in the center console. Interior Skoda Superb, complete with large infotainment screen. The new Superb seems to lose a lot of physical buttons. We see an apparently uncovered display behind the steering wheel that functions as a digital clock shop. In the center tunnel we observe an unprecedentedly large vertically oriented screen for Skoda that belongs to the infotainment system. Below it we seem to see a touch-sensitive island of buttons with which you control the climate control, among other things. It seems that almost all other functions are housed in the screen. In addition to versions with petrol and diesel engines, we also expect a Superb iV with plug-in hybrid powertrain. The new Skoda Superb will not have a fully electric powertrain.

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