Outdoor variant joins the existing Superb model line up and is available with all of the model’s engine flavours
Outdoor’s suspension settings and ride height remain as standard
Skoda has revealed its new soft-roader rival to the Volkswagen Passat Alltrack and Audi Allroad models, the Skoda Superb Combi ‘Outdoor’ variant.
Available in both front- and four-wheel drive guises, the 'Outdoor' joins the existing Superb line up and is available with all of the model’s engine flavours. These include 1.4 and 1.8-litre TSI petrols, plus 2.0TFSI and 3.2-litre V6 units. Included in the diesel line-up are 1.6 and 2.0TDI versions plus the most frugal 1.6TDI Greenline engine, which is available with front-wheel drive only.
While the Outdoor’s suspension settings and ride height remain as standard, the new car differentiates itself from its standard Superb stablemates with dark plastic panelling to the car’s wheel arches, side skirts and front and rear bumpers. The front-end also features larger-than-standard air intakes, plus rounded fog lights.
The car's UK pricing and availability have yet to be revealed.