These are the first official images of the new Skoda Superb following the teaser shot released in December last year. See all the images by clicking on the gallery link above. The new Superb will debut at the Geneva show in March, and is billed with the task of taking the Skoda brand to a more premium buyer than the Superb currently attracts. Based on the VW Passat's architecture, Skoda has made it's big exec more spacious and usable thanks to its larger dimensions and hatchback layout. It will also gain a new touch-screen infotainment system to add to the premium feel.Petrol engine options are likely to include three TSI units; a 138bhp 1.4-litre, and 158bhp and 200bhp 1.8-litre units. More refined common rail diesel engines will replace the ageing units in the current model, likely to be available as 1.9- and 2.0-litre units in various tunes.Prices should range from £15,000 for the base 1.4 TSI, up to £23,000 for the range-topping model. More powerful V6 petrol and diesel models may follow after the car's launch in summer 2008.We've already driven the next Superb during testing in the Nevada desert, where it became clear that the Czech company's new large exec will be good enough to rival the best efforts of Volvo, and even parent company Volkswagen.