2021 Skoda Superb Launched, Priced From Rs. 31.99 Lakhs
It gets adaptive LED headlights, wireless smartphone charging, upgraded infotainment system, and more changes.
Skoda has launched the refreshed 2021 Superb with a price tag of Rs. 31.99 lakhs for the SportLine trim and Rs. 34.99 lakhs (both prices ex-showroom) for the Laurin & Klement variant.
Now, the car comes with design and technological enhancements, like we reported earlier (read article here) to make it more premium than it was before.
The sleek headlights now merge with the radiator grille and come equipped with LED DRLs with what Skoda calls illuminated LED eyelashes, “coming/leaving home” function, as well as LED turn indicators, as standard.
Moreover, the refreshed Superb comes with Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS) that has modes such as city, inter-city, motorway, and rain, while adding swivelling, cornering as well as dynamic inclination functions to the headlamps.
There is a new 8-inch “floating” touchscreen which features an updated user interface and the new-generation Amundsen Infotainment System, with in-built navigation.
As standard, all variants come with Virtual Cockpit digital instrument panel and in the L&K trim, a 360-degree Surround Area View and Park Assist function are also offered.
Also, the 2021 Skoda Superb price gets customers new Type C USB ports, wireless smartphone charging, SmartLink tech, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while it also supports voice command control.
There is a new steering wheel design for both variants of the sedan. The top-spec Laurin & Klement trim comes with 2-spoke steering wheel, while the SportLIne trim sports a 3-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel with paddle shifters.
While the L&K variant can be had with Stone Beige or Coffee Brown perforated leather upholstery along with Piano Black decor, the entry-level variant comes with a dark theme with black Alcantara sports seats with integrated headrests.