Skoda has added another new model in the range – Superb station wagon Scout. Already applied to other models of Skoda including Fabia and Octavia vans and SUVs Karoq and Kodiaq.
Skoda Superb Scout describes as “a multipurpose vehicle with high ground clearance and all-wheel drive”, and we believe that this definition is largely generalizes it. The new model increased ground clearance 11 mm in offer as part of the standard package, Rough-Road, and enhanced body enhancements such as a black plastic veneer, and aluminum as a skid plate
Bumpers are unique for the version of Scout as aluminum mirror covers, chrome roof rails and window frames, as well as 18-inch alloy wheels Braga. Special badges on the fenders round out the exterior improvements. Additional features of the style include two-tone 19-inch wheel design alloy Manaslu and exclusive metal trim Tangerine Orange.
Inside, the new Superb Scout there are decorative strips with wooden, seat covers made of special fabric Scout with contrasting stitching, heated front seats and additional off-road screens on the Central display. Options include Alcantara / leather seats with brown contrast stitching, heated outer rear seats and a package of Sleep (large headrests and a blanket), among others.
All of the Skoda Superb Scout model is delivered with standard all-wheel drive and a Rough-Road that offers underbody protection for engine and chassis, in addition to higher ground clearance. The package also brings off-road mode for driving mode selection. Dynamic chassis control is available as an option.
For the Superb Scout two engine options available, but most likely, no one will complain because they are the most powerful of the range. This 2.0-liter TDI with 190 HP and torque of 400 Nm and a 2.0-liter TSI with 272 HP and 350 Nm of torque. Both units are connected with the seven-speed?? automatic DSG transmission with double clutch and is equipped with technology Stop / Start and brake energy regeneration.