Skoda To Up Premium Quotient Of 2021 Superb
The carmaker is set to add more features to the car including virtual cockpit and handsfree parking.
Skoda is set to increase the premiumness offered by the Superb for the 2021 model year with new feature additions.
The carmaker has concentrated on the technology that the premium sedan has and has now given the car’s 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system a revised interface and new operating system.
There is built-in navigation which might not be of much use especially since there is also wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Further, a USB-C port has been added while people can now charge their smartphones wirelessly in the car.
In addition, the SportLine version gets a new 3-spoke steering wheel, while the L&K and L&K Inscription trims will come with a nice 2-spoke steering wheel design.
Further, the top-spec model will also get virtual cockpit full digital cluster, 360-degree area view and handsfree parking.
It is unlikely that the 2021 Skoda Superb will sport any exterior changes. Similarly, the 2.0-litre petrol (188 HP and 320 Nm) and 7-speed DSG combination will stay untouched.
One thing that is likely to change with regard to the car, expected to be launched later this month, is the price due to the feature additions.
At present, the Superb SportLine costs Rs. 30.49 lakhs and L&K trim costs Rs. 32.99 lakhs (ex-showroom). The company recently hiked the asking price of all of its vehicles by up to 2.5 percent.
Skoda has a number of car launches planned for this year. The firm will first launch the made-in-India compact SUV the Kushaq, which is expected to increase its sales in the country.
Also, the Czech carmaker will also introduce the new Octavia, Kodiaq BS6 and the Rapid all in the same year.
Source – Team-BHP.com