Skoda has accidently published the first fully revealing image with their flagship model, the all-new fourth-gen Superb. The image has been removed but we were able to grab it before it was taken down.
The full debut is scheduled for later tonight at a special event in Prague, Czech Republic so technical specifications are not available at this point. However, the attached official image does allow to us see the design has been overhauled compared to the outgoing model as the new Superb looks far more refined and also considerably different than the Volkswagen Passat B8 upon which is based.
Compared to its German sibling, the new Superb will be larger and more spacious inside the cabin which has already been previewed. It will likely be a hatchback (liftback) whereas the Passat is a sedan with a less practical trunk. A Combi version is set to join the range later this year for those who want even more cargo capacity.
Skoda has ruled out a vRS version but they are playing around with the idea of a sportier version which could get only cosmetic tweaks.
Check back later today for full details.