Skoda finally has lunched its new entry-level sedan superb variant, the Skoda Superb Corporate Edition which is meant only for the existing Skoda, Volkswagen and the company’s corporate customers who might think of upgrading their existing Rapid, Vento, Jetta or Octavia models to this brand new Sedan flagship.
Best part of the car is the cheaper 2.1 lakh price tag which makes it Rs 23.49 lakh with the same features as in the existing Style Edition of the car. But the car is only available in a single Candy White color variant and the company is supposed to deliver the cars starting from September this year.
Telling about the Engine, the new Skoda Superb Corporate Edition comes with only one engine option i.e. 1.8-litre TSI petrol which can churn out 178 bhp at 4000-6000 rpm with a peak torque of 320 Nm at 1450-3900 rpm. While the engine is geared up with a six-speed fully synchronized gearbox, the car comes only in manual transmission option.
If counted from layout prospects, the Skoda Superb Corporate Edition is almost equivalent to the Style Edition and so its obvious to say that the car will have 17-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlamps with DRLs, LED taillamps, and chrome grille.
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Cabin of the car comes equipped with panoramic electric sunroof, stone beige leather upholstery, 12-types power seat for driver with touchscreen infotainment system, 8 speaker audio setup with control on the steering wheel, auto climate control and many more.
Other feature is the car include electronic stability control, hill hold control, traction control, ABS with EBS and 8 airbags for safety purposes. As we told the car at this time is only meant for the existing and corporate customers of the company, so it will be on testing phase. From the overall performance and acceptance of the car, the company will decide if it will make this available to the general customers too!
So now it’s to be seen how much the brand new Skoda Superb Corporate Edition is being accepted by the company’s own customers.