Design revolution: The new ŠKODA Superb

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– New ŠKODA flagship revolutionises the brand’s well-known design language;

– Strong appearance: expressive, elegant, dynamic, discrete and modern;

– Striking: design elements from the ‘Škoda VisionC’ coupé study.

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Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic —— The new ŠKODA Superb revolutionises the familiar ŠKODA design language. A new sketch shows an expressively designed saloon full of class and passion. The design is sophisticated, elegant, dynamic, discrete, modern and expressive.

The new ŠKODA flagship has striking, expressive shapes from the ‘Škoda VisionC’ show car with new, dynamic proportions. From the front to the rear, from the large wheels to the gently rearward sloping roof line, the new Superb captivates with clear geometry, strikingly contoured surfaces, sculptural shapes, purist precision and elegant lines as if made from one piece.

With its expressive exterior, the ŠKODA top model gained in stature and makes a visual impact in the automotive mid-class segment – with a sharp and muscular cut, more poised and full of emotion than ever before. Significant expressive shapes of the exterior can also be found on the inside of the car.

The new edition brings the ŠKODA Superb onto the higher level of the automotive mid-class segment. The third generation is expected to get new customer groups interested in the brand and model. The new ŠKODA Superb will celebrate its world premiere in Prague in the middle of February 2015. Its introduction at the Geneva Motor Show will follow in March. The market launch is planned for mid-2015.

[Source : ŠKODA]

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