Skoda has unveiled its new Skoda Superb Combi Outdoor, wagon version of the Czech SuperB model. Unlike the VW Passat Alltrack, the Audi A4 and A6 Allroad and even Skoda’s own Octavia Scout, the Superb Combi Outdoor is only about the looks, as it doesn’t get a higher ride or a modified suspension nor any protective underbody plates.
The “Outdoor” is a pure design package that adds what the Skoda describes as “robust synthetic panelling” on the rear bumper, the wheel arches and the doorsills along with a redesigned front bumper fitted with a larger air intake and round fog lamps. The “Outdoor” version is available for all Superb engine versions with front- and all-wheel drive, sans for the GreenLine variant.
SKODA Superb Combi now also available in attractive ‘Outdoor’ look
Comfortable model for all-round use available immediately
‘Outdoor’ design package extends Superb model line by another attractive Combi variant
Off-road look available for almost all SKODA Superb engine versions
Mlada Boleslav, June 4th, 2012 – The SKODA Superb Combi will now hold its own even beyond paved roads. Effective immediately, customers may order SKODA’s flagship with a special ‘Outdoor’ design package.
The ‘Outdoor’ version extends SKODA AUTO’s Superb model line to include another attractive Combi variant. It includes applications such as robust synthetic panelling for the rear bumper, the wheel wells and the doorsills. Compared with the standard Superb, the front bumper is fitted with a larger air intake and round fog lamps.
The ‘Outdoor’ version is available for all Superb engine versions with front- and all-wheel drive, except for the GreenLine variant. The model is a perfect all-rounder for town and country and is aimed primarily at demanding customers with an active life style.
Both as a saloon and an estate, the SKODA Superb has been setting benchmarks in the upper middle class. A generous space offering, precise workmanship and an excellent price/value ratio all set the car apart. More and more customers are opting for the Superb: in 2011, SKODA AUTO’s sales of the Superb cracked the 100,000 vehicle mark for the first time.