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2015 Apprentices at Škoda

2015 Octavia RS 230
2015 Superb
2014 Fabia
2014 Simply Clever
2014 Yeti
2014 Octavia Combi
2013 Rapid Spaceback
2013 Octavia RS
2012 Citigo
2009 RS 2000
2009 Yeti
2008 Superb
2007 Fabia
2003 Fabia WRC
1999 Fabia
1996 Octavia
1994 Felicia
1987 Favorit
1987 Rapid
1977 130 RS
1974 200 RS Coupe
1972 Spider B5
1971 Super Sport Ferat
1964 1000 MB
1964 Formula 3
1959 Octavia
1957 1100 OHC
1956 1201 STW
1948 1101 Tudor Cabrio
1946 1101 Tudor
1935 935 Dynamic

  Škoda Superb

Škoda Superb
EngineIn-line four-cylinder
Displacement, bore * stroke
Compression ratio
Engine controlDOHC, chain
Mixture formation
Drive trainFront engine, transversal, front drive, all-wheel drive
Drive train
Front suspensionMcPherson
Rear suspensionMultilink
BrakesDiscs, front ventilated
Wheelbase2.758 mm
Turning circle11.100 mm
Length4.861 mm
Width1.864 mm
Height1.468 mm
Drag coefficient
Tank capacity66 litres
Trunk volume min/max625/1760 litres
Payload620-705 kg
Kerb weight
Top speed
Start of manufacturingFrom 2015

Especially the bigger engines have grown strongly. One almost has a feeling that no longer is looked what performance has this or that engine. As if the technicians would established rules to achieve this or that performance. Although Skoda itself no longer specifies values in HP, for the engines almost all combinations are represented, giving a whole HP number, usually even a whole kW number also. Just look at the top, there ends any HP-number with '0'.

Of course, at the same time the CO2 values dropped by a whole lot since 2008. Interestingly, the slow progress of the combined manifold and direct injection. However, surprisingly, no three-cylinder has found intake in the engine range. You should not mourn the thirsty six-cylinder (see 2008).

Never before drag coefficients were specified with such precision and the two petrol-top models rarely appeared so clearly as a misconduct, the 4x4 also because of its significant additional weight. Whether the increased drag coefficient of the 4x4 really originates from the slightly wider tyres only, or perhaps also the engine compartment is flowed through stronger? Anyway we now know why the Superb after all has a 66 liter tank.

It is the third generation of Škoda's currently largest model. 700,000 have been produced until now. Amazing how a model can grow in the wheelbase by 80 mm and at the same time in length by only 23 mm. The lion's share of 61 mm was saved at the frontend. Then the interior must have surely benefitted. Further proof of the benefits of the modular transverse matrix.

You should keep in mind, 'Tornadolinie' is called the hopefully not razor-sharp edge, which begins almost at the same level as the front lights, spurned the door handles, but then the fuel filler flap fully crossing goes up to the taillights. Somehow, the styling pleases, because with only little frills, it does not necessarily aping the current fashion. Maybe you can designate it as 'unobtrusive dynamically'. 02/15