2020 Skoda Superb Scout - Stylish Multifunctional Estate

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The typical ŠKODA grille of the revised SUPERB is larger and protrudes a little further down into the new front apron. The narrower headlights now reach the grille and come with LED technology as standard for the dipped and high beam, daytime running lights and position light. The shape of the LED fog lights has been redesigned. Completing the update in terms of visuals, new 18- and 19-inch alloy wheels and the colours Crystal Black and Race Blue have been added to the range of customisation options.

In its interior, the SUPERB features chrome highlights, illuminated storage compartments in the doors, new seat covers and coloured contrasting stitching. Using the optional keyless vehicle entry system (KESSY), any one of the car’s four doors can be opened first; the KESSY GO start button comes as standard for the first time. The SUPERB SCOUT boasts special wood-effect decorative strips and seat covers made of a SCOUT-specific fabric. As an option, Alcantara® and leather seats with brown contrasting stitching are also available. New piping in contrasting colours on the front of the front seats is making its debut. The black interior of the SUPERB SPORTLINE is characterised by Alcantara® and leather sports seats as well as the option of extending the seat surface. For all variants of the SUPERB there is an optional Virtual Cockpit and a choice of three different infotainment systems with 8-inch and 9.2-inch displays. Two of these systems offer a navigation function, which can be operated by gesture and voice control in the top-of-the-range Columbus. In addition, three new Simply Clever solutions are put to use in the new SUPERB, bringing the total of these useful details to 31 in the SUPERB COMBI.

The upgraded SUPERB sees a new generation of engines make its ŠKODA debut. The 2.0 TDI outputting 110 kW (150 PS) is the first diesel from the new, particularly dynamic, efficient and low-emission EVO generation. There is a total of seven engines, ten different engine/drive combinations and three chassis variants to choose from. The most powerful diesel is available with all-wheel drive as an option, whilst for the range-topping petrol version it comes as standard. The new ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT is exclusively available with either of these two top-of-therange engines and all-wheel drive. The new 2.0 TDI delivering 110 kW (150 PS) is the Czech brand’s first diesel from the new EVO generation of engines. In comparison to its predecessor, several aspects have been optimised, including the crankshaft assembly and the exhaust, turbo, fuel-injection and thermo-management systems. This results in a lower weight and fewer emissions as well as reduced fuel consumption. In the upgraded SUPERB, the 2.0 TDI producing 110 kW (150 PS) is available with either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed DSG and fulfils the Euro 6d-TEMP emissions standard.

In addition to the standard chassis, ŠKODA is offering other options for its flagship. In the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT, the Rough-Road package fitted as standard provides underbody protection for the engine and undercarriage, and raises the ground clearance by 15 mm. in conjunction with all-wheel drive, which comes as standard, this ensures that the new adventurer cuts a fine figure on rougher terrain too. This is also enabled by the additional Off-Road mode in Driving Mode Select. Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) is available as an option for both the SUPERB SCOUT and the SUPERB SPORTLINE. The ŠKODA SUPERB SPORTLINE is fitted with a sports chassis as standard, lowering the car by 15 mm. For the top-of-the-range ŠKODA SUPERB L&K, a version of DCC that lowers the car by 10 mm is included in the standard equipment.

For the first time, ŠKODA is offering its top model as a SUPERB SCOUT too. It is exclusively available as an estate and, just like the OCTAVIA SCOUT, exudes off-road flair – boasting 18-inch alloys as standard or optional 19-inch versions, a Rough-Road package providing 15 mm more ground clearance, and all-wheel drive. Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) is available as an option. New front and rear bumpers with aluminium-effect underbody protection as well as plastic trims for the wheel arches, side sills and the lower part of the door protect the bodywork and create a striking off-road appearance. Thanks to its rugged bumper, the ŠKODA SUPERB SCOUT is 1 mm longer than the standard COMBI, now totalling 4,863 mm in length. Just like in the SPORTLINE, the radiator grille features black double slats – but this time framed by a chrome trim. The roof rails and window frames are also chrome-plated; the wing mirror housings shine in an aluminium look or can be body-coloured if preferred. There are special SCOUT badges on the wings; the Tangerine Orange finish is available exclusively for the SUPERB SCOUT.
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