Skoda's new Superb features a series of interior design touches designed to make you smile
23 November 2015

Even with a big car, it’s often the little details that will stick in your mind. That’s because a few small touches can add up to make your life easier and more comfortable.

The interior of the spacious new Skoda Superb features plenty of little details that its designers hope will add up to make a big difference to the lives of those who spend time in it.

For example, the car features an umbrella built in to a special compartment in the door, helping to keep you dry – and make you smile – on a damp day. The electrically adjusting driver’s seat has a built-in memory to store up to three different driving positions, while the containers in the front doors have been especially designed to hold a 1.5-litre water bottle upright.

To learn more about the many neat design touches in the Superb, and for a closer look at the car's interior, watch this video.

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Skoda Superb 2008-2015

The Skoda Superb offers German quality and Czech pricing, but does that add up to a great deal?

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9 December 2015
Apart from its emission, which will make you choke and retch...

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