The 2015 Skoda Superb Combi has made its online debut and will be heading to Frankfurt Motor Show scheduled for September. Now in its third generation, the mid-size wagon from Czech Republic comes with a 27-liter larger trunk compared to its predecessor which means it can now hold 660 liters of cargo. By folding down the rear seats, this capacity grows to a class-leading 1,950 liters. The rest of the car has remained virtually the same as the hatchback so it comes with a massive 2841mm wheelbase along with generous 1584mm front and 1572mm rear tracks.
The engines will be carried over and will begin at 120 PS for the entry-level motor and rise to 280 PS for the hottest variant, with FWD and AWD both available depending on engine choice. All these engines meet Euro 6 standards and come with stop/start & brake energy recovery systems, thus helping cut fuel consumption by as much as 30%.
The 2015 Skoda Superb Combi is going to come with a latest-gen infotainment system with support for MirrorLink, Android Auto, CarPlay and LTE internet connection. Depending on trim, the mid-size estate can be equipped with Adaptive Cruise Control, Dynamic Chassis Control, rearview camera and a Blind Spot Detect system.
Skoda has announced the new Superb Combi will go on sale in the second half of September.