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Thanks to the heating function your hands won’t be never freezing again once you put them on the multifunctional leather steering wheels in winter days. The function is controlled via an infotainment system.
The SUPERB COMBI is the first ŠKODA to feature Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) with Driving Mode Select. DCC allows drivers to customise the vehicle’s handling to their personal preferences: Normal, Sport or Comfort – an à-la-carte chassis setup.
The personalisation mode lets different drivers call up their “own” individual settings immediately after activating the car. The car distinguishes the various users by the key they use to unlock it, and adjusts the settings accordingly based on the corresponding profile that has been saved.
The three-zone air conditioning guarantees optimal interior temperature. The driver, front passenger and rear passengers can all control the temperature in their own zone, enabling the whole family to travel in comfort.
The ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI’s tailgate can be optionally operated by pressing a button from the driver’s seat, with the remote-controlled key or by pressing a button on the tailgate. The car can be fitted with an optional virtual pedal for touchless tailgate opening/closing.
After engine start-up, the light intensity automatically switches to “driving mode”. The ten ambient lighting colours, variably adjustable in intensity via the infotainment system, deliver discreetly lit ambience during your journey.
In terms of space, the ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI has been in a league of its own since its market launch. The 2,841 mm long wheelbase and wide tracks markedly improve the interior space for the passenger and luggage compartments even more.
The new ŠKODA SUPERB COMBI’s luggage compartment, boasting a top-of-the-class 660 litres, offers outstanding practicality and great utility, with easy access another given. Folding down the rear seats increases the boot capacity to an unprecedented 1,950 litres.