The new Superb is fitted with plenty of smart technology designed to make driving easier and safer
16 November 2015

Technology is everywhere these days – and the new Skoda Superb is packed with high-end kit designed to make driving more comfortable and, most importantly, safer.

The Superb's infotainment system features a Columbus sat-nav and DAB digital radio that can link up with your smartphone. As well as enabling hands-free calls, the system allows you to access many of your phone’s features through the Superb’s touch-screen - so you can play your music, or use your preferred mapping app with ease.

The Superb also features a range of intelligent assistance systems to make driving both safer and easier. These include a Smart light assistance system, which automatically dims your high beam lights when another car approaches. Other options include front and rear parking sensors, and adaptive cruise control.

To check out more about the tech fitted to the Superb, watch this video. 

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