The third generation Skoda Superb will soon be available in a SportLine trim which provides a more dynamic look. It will be showcased at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in both hatchback and wagon body styles and it will then be available with all of the engines, except for the base 1.4 TSI gasoline unit and the entry-level 1.6 TDI diesel. Keep in mind this doesn’t bring any power boosts as it contains only new 18- and 19-inch alloys and a lowered suspension which drops the ride height by 15 mm, so the engines are carried over without any modifications.
Other goodies on the menu for the Skoda Superb SportLine include a new leather three-spoke steering wheel, tinted windows, leather-wrapped gear knob and a faux carbon trim to spice up the cabin where there’s also an aluminum pedal set and different sports seats that have received a new fabric which you won’t find on the rest of the Superb models.
This new iteration of the mid-size Czech hatchback and wagon will premiere next week in Germany at the Frankfurt Motor Show where it will be displayed together with the very frugal Superb GreenLine which promises to cover more than 1,780 km before needing to stop for refueling.