Skoda has decided on prices for the new hybrid Superb iVOctober 2, 2019
The new hybrid plug-in Skoda Superb iV has finally got an official price tag. The cost of new items starts at 31,970 thousand pounds
Skoda unveiled price lists for the new hybrid Superb iV, which received a power plant based on a 1.4-liter gasoline engine and an electric engine. For the most affordable instance of new items in the UK will have to pay from 31 970 pounds. Sales of the new Superb promise to launch in January. The Superb Hybrid will be available in one of four available trim levels: SE Technology, SE L, Sportline Plus and Laurin & Klement. The cost of the latter reaches 40,240 pounds.
The base Superb iV will receive leather upholstery, a driver’s seat with electric adjustment, a 2-zone climate control, a multi-function steering wheel, multimedia with an eight-inch touchscreen, etc.
The SE L version costs already at least 34,755 pounds and is additionally equipped with Matrix LED headlights, other taillights with dynamic indicators, chrome elements in the exterior, etc. For the Superb iV Sportline Plus hybrid, you will have to pay from 38,490 pounds. This car has a more aggressive body kit, sports seats, multimedia with a 9.2-inch touchscreen, and a sports steering wheel. The Laurin & Klement version is even richer.
The Superb iV is equipped with a four-liter 1.4-liter gas turbo engine, an electric engine and a 13 kW battery. The total power of this hybrid is 215 horsepower. According to the developers, the emission index of the new Superb is at the level of 40 g / km CO2, and on one electricity such a hybrid will travel 34 miles.
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