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Feel relaxed in the ŠKODA SUPERB with added comfort and safety

The ŠKODA SUPERB and ŠKODA SUPERB Estate is being rolled out with a number of improvements.

An important feature of the Care Connect is the automatic emergency call, which is activated following an accident if a restraint system has been triggered.

The emergency call can also be initiated manually via a button in the roof module or, in addition, remote access to the vehicle is now possible via the ŠKODA Connect App, as well as the parking position function which shows the location of the vehicle, the 'Honk & Flash' function makes it easier to find the car by activating the horn and hazard lights.

The display of the Columbus navigation system has grown from eight to 9.2 inches and the system Swing from five to 6.5 inches whilst the glass design enhances the high-resolution displays.

The ŠKODA SUPERB helps to avoid dents while parking, which is ensured by the Park Distance Control system , the system not only warns the driver with optical and acoustic signals but also brakes the vehicle automatically if necessary.

The character of the ŠKODA SUPERB has also been further strengthened with new equipment features, for instance, the optional massage function for the driver's seat, which is available with the electrically adjustable variant, including ventilation and memory function.

Also the communication among occupants is improved with Digital Voice Enhancement, which transmits the driver's and front passenger's voice to the passengers in the rear via a microphone in the cockpit.

The new design of the 19-inch light-alloy Acamar rims underscores the elegant appearance of the top model and in addition, the revised ŠKODA SUPERB can be ordered later this year in a new elegant car body metallic colour Velvet Red.

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