The new facelifted Superb was launched in the country on May 26th. Along with the switch to the latest emission standards, the mid-cycle update introduced a host of styling updates, new features and revamped mechanicals.
The 2020 Skoda Superb uses a new BS 6 complaint 190 PS, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol powertrain, while the previous 2.0-litre diesel and the 1.8-litre turbo-petrol engines have been given a miss. The transmission options include a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and there's no manual option. Hence, it is only available in a single engine-gearbox configuration.
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There are two grades on the latest Superb, the Sportline grade and the L&K (Laurin & Klement) grade. The Sportline is priced at ₹29.99 lakh*, the top-end Laurin & Klement (L&K) is priced at ₹32.99 lakh*.
While the Sportline grade features a gloss-black exterior trim, a boot lip spoiler along with an all-black cabin with red highlights, the L&K looks slightly more premium with its chrome décor on its exteriors, different dual-tone design on the alloy wheels and dual-tone cabin.
Here the variant wise feature list:
Skoda Superb Sportline:
Skoda Superb L&K:
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The Skoda Superb is a rival to the Toyota Camry. Skoda has also recently launched the Karoq SUV and the new Rapid 1.0 TSI BS 6 in India.