The recently unveiled 2015 Skoda Superb has been digitally envisioned in the Combi, Scout and RS guises.
Chances are only one of them will actually see the light of production day as Skoda has already confirmed there won't be an RS version of their flagship model while a rugged Scout derivative is unlikely to happen. The Superb Combi is expected to come out later this year and it will look virtually the same as the liftback, with the exception of the rear end which will be slightly elongated to provide even more cargo capacity compared to the standard model’s mammoth 625 liters.
We remind you Skoda has dropped a hint about a sportier Superb which if green-lighted for production will probably be based on the Combi and equipped with a diesel engine. The design will be a little bit sportier than the standard model while a power upgrade is unlikely to occur. Chances are the car will likely get the range-topping diesel engine, a four-cylinder 2.0 TDI with 190 HP (140 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque which in the standard model can be paired to an optional all-wheel drive system.