Skoda will be officially revealing its third generation Superb in February, but new details have emerged which give us a good indication of what the new car will be like.
It is expected to get powered by a 2.0-litre diesel which will make around 170bhp or the 1.8-litre 177bhp turbo-petrol engine. The existing automatic DSG gearboxes are expected to be carried over. The new Superb is likely to reach Indian dealerships towards the end of 2015. The new Superb will look more mature on the outside, offer more space on the inside, and get more kit than the previous car. Based on VW's MQB platform architecture that's shared with cars like the new Passat, Octavia and Golf, it will also come with a set of well-engineered mechanical bits.