A thinly camouflaged prototype of the 2015 Skoda Superb Combi has been photographed prior to an official reveal scheduled for July.

A thinly camouflaged prototype of the 2015 Skoda Superb Combi has been photographed prior to an official reveal scheduled for July.

The recently unveiled Skoda Superb hatchback is by far the most spacious model in the mid-size segment but those who need even more cargo capacity will have to wait for the wagon version. The hatch provides 625 liters of trunk space with the seats up and 1,760 liters if you fold the rear bench while the Combi version should boost the capacity by approximately 30 liters in both cases.

It will look essentially the same as the hatchback, but the elongated rear end will host different taillights which judging by this prototype will extend onto the liftgate. There's also going to be a roof-mounted spoiler incorporating the third brake light, along with roof rails and an additional side window positioned after the C pillar.

VW-owned Skoda has already announced the Superb Combi is going to be revealed during a special presentation in July while a public debut is set for September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with sales commencing shortly thereafter. There are some rumors it could spawn a Scout version, but nothing is official at this point.

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Skoda Superb Combi spied ahead of July reveal