Special edition Superb launched to commemorate Skoda's century
12 October 2005

Czech manufacturer Skoda is celebrating 100 years since its first car was built in 1905, ten years after the company's inception. To mark the occasion, Skoda is building a limited run of 500 'Edition 100' versions of its Superb executive saloon flagship, with 200 of them bound for the UK.

Available as a 1.9-litre 130bhp turbodiesel (£20,900) or 2.5-litre 160bhp turbodiesel (£23,305), the Edition 100 costs £2100 more than the Elegance on which it's based. For that you get bespoke grey leather interior, 17in alloy wheels, twin chrome exhausts, privacy glass and bespoke badging.

Standard equipment includes sunroof, rear blind, colour satellite navigation, Bi-Xenon headlamps with washers, rear parking sensors automatic rear-view mirror, rain-sensing wipers and cruise control.

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