Skoda Superb Kombi will come with a wide array of VW engines and will also offer an optional all-wheel drive system.
Skoda will be debuting a new estate (aka wagon or kombi) Superb at the Frankfurt motor show next month.
Not terribly surprising since the Superb wagon was recently spotted by our spy photographers doing some testing without any noticeable camouflaging.
Estate versions are starting to get their fair share of attention as of late and Skoda certainly wants to be a player in this segment of the market. Drawing on its deep well of resources from the VW Group, Skoda will likely be offering several engines on the new Superb estate to match all needs.
Those include a series of variants on the 1.4 liter gasoline/petrol engine with horsepower ratings ranging from 125 hp on up to 170 hp for the 1.4 liter TSI from VW. Skoda can also opt for a range-topping 3.6 liter V6 with 260 hp for the Superb wagon.
On the diesel side will likely be the usual array of VW TDI engines, including a 2.0 liter TDI with 170 hp.
Also helping Skoda compete in the mid-range wagon segment will be the DSG gearbox from VW as well as an optional all-wheel drive system.