Following its discontinuation a year ago owing to tighter emission regulations, the Skoda Superb sedan has made a comeback to India with a number of improvements. Only 100 fortunate buyers will be able to purchase the new Superb, which is making a reappearance via the fully built unit (CBU) route.

There is just one Superb variation available now that Skoda has reintroduced it. The most expensive model, the Laurin & Klement version, costs ₹54 lakh (ex-showroom). The model cost between 34.79 lakh and 38.25 lakh (ex-showroom) when it was removed from the Indian market. Because it will be entirely imported from other markets, there will be a significant price differential.

The Skoda Superb 2024 has made a comeback with an updated engine that complies with the new BS6 phase 2 emission regulations that went into effect last year. The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder TSI gasoline engine can produce up to 320 Nm of peak torque and 187 bhp of power when paired with a seven-speed DCT transmission.

Numerous new and improved features will be available with the Skoda Superb upgrade. Among them include a 9.1-inch touchscreen infotainment panel that can be used with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto when connected, as well as a new 10.2-inch digital driver display. Wireless charging, three-zone climate control, twelve-way electronically adjustable front seats, massaging, and memory features for the driver’s seat are a few more highlights. Pedestal shifters are now included with the two-spoke steering wheel.

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