2024 Skoda Superb: price, specs and release date
New Skoda Superb arrives in 2024 and has now been fully revealed to showcase its added space, comfort and safety
The new Skoda Superb is the latest flagship hatchback and estate from the firm that’s proud of its ‘Simply Clever’ ingenuity. Boasting sleek new lines, the new Skoda Superb is smarter than ever, both in terms of features and engines.
The new Skoda Superb has an enhanced range of petrol and diesel engines, a first-ever mild hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid that offers an electric range of over 62 miles. Just the ticket for taking the fight to rivals including the Volkswagen Passat, Citroen C5 X, Peugeot 408 and even premium plug-ins such as the BMW 3 Series – or the larger BMW 5 Series.
An interesting alternative to a new Skoda Superb is a new Jaguar XF. Offered in both saloon and Sportbrake estate guise, the Jaguar XF is surprisingly affordable, with prices starting from under £36,000 – just £3000 more than the cheapest new Skoda Superb on sale today.
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New 2024 Skoda Superb price and release date
The new Skoda Superb has been fully revealed ahead of its UK showroom release in early 2024.
New Skoda Superb prices are likely to start from around £35,000. This will be a hike over today’s car, reflecting the extra features and standard equipment. Those buying or leasing a new Skoda Superb estate will see prices around £1000 higher than a same-spec hatchback.
New 2024 Skoda Superb: exterior and interior
The exterior style of the new Skoda Superb uses the updated Skoda design language. It is more streamlined, bold and sculptural, with crisper lines and a more aerodynamic profile to boost fuel efficiency.
The new Skoda Superb showcases an enlarged octagonal Skoda grille, with the Skoda logo located on the bonnet, and plentiful detailing in premium-look Unique Dark Chrome. The tailgate lettering is also finished in Unique Dark Chrome, and the new Skoda Superb has a more streamlined roofline with a rear spoiler on both hatch and estate.
New Skoda Superb with optional full LED Matrix headlights have a coloured crystalline element called Crystallinium. This evokes coloured crystal glass, for a striking new feature in range-topping new Skoda Superb.
The new Skoda Superb hatchback is 4912mm long, which is 43mm longer than today’s car. The new Skoda Superb estate is 4902mm long, which is 40mm longer than the current car. The wheelbase is the same, height is up slightly, but overall width is down by 15mm, to 1849mm.
The new Skoda Superb is available in six metallic and two solid colours. Six of the eight choices are new, including solid White and metallic Pebble Silver, Black, Cobalt Blue, Carmine Red and Ice Tea Yellow. Wheel sizes range from 17-inches to 19-inches.
Inside, the new Skoda Superb combines practical manual controls with digital displays. There is a digital instrument panel and a new infotainment display that generously measures up to 12.9 inches. This makes it the largest screen ever to feature in a Skoda Superb.
The new Skoda Superb has clever Skoda Smart Dials in the centre console. These feature a built-in 32mm digital colour display and can be turned and pressed, giving quick access to numerous functions. Again, they have a Unique Dark Chrome finish.
To make the new Skoda Superb even more practical, the gearshifter has been moved from the centre console onto the steering column – all engines are paired with an automatic gearbox, rather than a stick-shift manual. Comfort is improved from new Ergo seats with 10 pneumatically-controlled massage functions.
Already a super-commodious car, the new Skoda Superb is even roomier inside, with acres of space for both front and rear seat passengers. The new Skoda Superb hatchback has a 645-litre boot, 20 litres bigger than today’s car, while the new Skoda Superb estate has a 690-litre boot, which is 30 litres larger. With the rear seats folded, the new Skoda Superb estate has an enormous 1920 litres of space.
The new Skoda Superb has up to 28 of the firm’s ‘Simply Clever’ features too, including an electric roller blind that doubles as a luggage compartment cover in the estate, a rear centre armrest with integrated tablet holder, and an integrated filler in the windscreen washer reservoir cap.
All interior textiles within the new Skoda Superb are made from 100% recycled materials.
New 2024 Skoda Superb: fuel economy and performanc
The new Skoda Superb will not offer a pure electric powertrain. Rather, it will continue with a range of petrol, diesel plug-in hybrid and, for the first time, mild hybrid motors. All new Skoda Superb have a DSG automatic gearbox, with either six or seven speeds. Some new Skoda Superb have grippy 4x4 all-wheel too, as an alternative to the standard front-wheel drive.
The entry-level new Skoda Superb is a 1.5-litre TSI petrol, producing 150ps. It has mild hybrid tech to save fuel when on the move – and ACT+ active cylinder technology, which turns off two cylinders during relaxed cruising, again improving fuel economy. Those who need more power can choose a 2.0-litre TSI with 204ps – or a 265ps version with 4x4 four-wheel drive.
The new Skoda Superb diesel produces 150ps in regular 2.0-litre TDI guise, with a 4x4 model paired with a 193ps version of the same engine.
The new Skoda Superb iV plug-in hybrid is only available as an estate. The 1.5-litre TSI engine is paired with an electric motor to deliver a system output of 204ps. Skoda says a larger battery – it’s up from 12.7kWh to 25.7kWh – will give a pure electric range of more than 62 miles.
Full fuel economy and performance figures for the new Skoda Superb will be revealed nearer its 2024 market launch.
Can’t wait for a new 2024 Skoda Superb? Time to consider a used one…
The current Skoda Superb remains a hugely desirable machine. Perhaps you fancy the plug-in hybrid version, called the Skoda Superb iV? Two-year old examples are looking great value for money, starting from around £23,000. Petrol and diesel versions of a similar age can be found from around £21,000.
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Another new car we’re looking forward to here is the new Mercedes-Benz CLE. This sleek luxury coupe is in stark contrast to the beefy new Toyota Land Cruiser. But what if you still want a large seven-seat 4x4, despite a desire to go electric? You’re in luck – the 2023 Kia EV9 electric SUV is right up your street.
The new Skoda Superb is even bigger than the outgoing car. The hatchback is 43mm longer, and the estate is 40mm longer. Interestingly, the new Skoda Superb is 15mm narrower than today’s car.
The new Skoda Superb has a huge amount of headroom, so is ideal for taller people. There is more than a metre of headroom in the front seats of both versions – and the estate has more than a metre of headroom in the rear, too.
To free up space on the centre console, Skoda has moved the gearlever onto the steering column. This means it’s easier to reach, too.
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