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

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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.

 

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