Skoda has revealed a further teaser of its new facelifted Superb, ahead of a full debut later this week.
The series of images and a video shows that the Czech manufacturer’s flagship model will be offered with a rugged Scout variant for the first time.
It’s not the first time a Superb has been offered with a rugged styling pack, as the firm previously offered an ‘Outdoor’ trim on a previous iteration. This, however, is the first time the Scout nameplate will have been used on a Superb Estate, which will be revealed alongside the hatchback version of Skoda’s range-topping model.
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The teaser clip also reveals that the model will again be offered with a top of the range Laurin & Klement variant – named after the founders of the Czech brand.
The upgraded Superb will receive a revised look and is also set to be the firm model in the manufacturer’s range to be offered with a plug-in hybrid variant.
It will be unveiled on Thursday alongside an all-electric version of the Citigo city car (called the Citigo-e) in Bratislava, Slovakia, at the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship.
Further details about both the facelifted Superb and new Citigo-e will be revealed later in the week.