With cutting-edge design on the outside, and deluxe style on the inside, the ŠKODA Superb has been transformed.
The Superb has been meticulously redesigned from back to front with powerful dynamic lines, a clean spacious interior and razor-sharp headlights. So not only is it a pleasure to drive, it looks great too.
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ŠKODA’s brand new design language is recognised on the Superb from the defined lines, precise quality, and balanced proportions.
Safety is paramount, and the ŠKODA Superb has been developed with this in mind. Blind Spot Detection and Driver Fatigue Sensor are just some of the clever safety features that are included, helping to make your journey that little bit easier.
Lane assist is designed to keep the vehicle in its lane and, if necessary, alert the driver of an unwanted lane change. If a vehicle is too close to a lane edge, the system gently intervenes in the steering to keep the vehicle central whilst illustrating the situation on the Superb’s integrated display.
Blind Spot Detection
The ŠKODA Superb is fitted with the new Blind Spot Detection system, which well help to protect you vehicles in your ‘blind’ spot. Vehicles that are fast approaching are identified using the radar located in the rear bumper, and this will warn you about these vehicles which you may have missed. An LED symbol is displayed on your wing mirror if a car appears in your blind spot. The LED symbol then flashes if you indicate, warning you of the potential danger.
Traffic Jam Assist
In a traffic jam scenario, the system merges Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane assist and the DSG gearbox providing both comfort and safety. The vehicle provides lane guidance to help the vehicle stay in lane whilst ACC automatically brakes and accelerates during areas of congestion, following the traffic ahead. For safety, the driver’s hands must remain on the steering wheel for this to work.