Skoda Superb goes electric | New Release - Car News Jan 2020

main article image

16:43 Wednesday 08 Jan 2020

Skoda’s first-ever electrified car is now available to order in the UK.

Priced from £31,970, the Skoda Superb iV is a petrol-electric hybrid version of the Czech brand’s recently-refreshed flagship Superb model, and delivers sub-40g/km of CO2 emissions.  Powered by a 1.4-litre petrol engine and an 85kW electric motor, the Superb iV is capable of driving up to 35 miles with zero tailpipe emissions, and a single full tank of fuel and fully-charged battery give it a range of up to 578 miles.

SE Technology, SE L, SportLine Plus, and top-of-the-range L&K trim levels are available.  SE Technology is aimed at the fleet market, and includes leather interior and an 8-inch infotainment screen.

The Skoda Superb iV is available to order at Skoda retailers.


Carfinance247 banner

Click here to sign up for our monthly newsletter

Popular news stories

Hubcap animal sculptures
The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS unveiled
Audi R8 prices revealed   The new Lotus Evora 400

Hubcap animal sculptures


Reid: TopGear like a war


Audi R8 prices revealed


The new Lotus Evora 400

Vauxhall have added another model to their list of electric offerings, the Vauxhall Grandland X.
All-new MG HS can now lay claim to a full five-star Euro NCAP safety rating after crash tests.
Warranty: All new Renault models will now benefit from an improved five-year warranty.
Skoda claims FIVE trophies at the Carbuyer of the Year awards, more than any other brand.
SEAT have added a new model to their Tarraco SUV line up. Prices start from £29,000.
You’ll want to follow these handy, common sense tips to avoid a festive vehicle breakdown.