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2020 Skoda Superb IV

  • First ŠKODA with plug-in-hybrid drive has an electric range of up to 62 km
  • Combination of an electric motor and a petrol engine provides a total range of up to 930 km
  • Maximum power output of 160 kW (218 PS) as well as three driving modes to choose from

The new SUPERB iV is the perfect flagship model for two worlds. ŠKODA’s first production plug-in hybrid has an all-electric range of up to 62 km in the WLTP cycle and an unrestricted long-distance capability covering a total of up to 930 km. In E-mode, the SUPERB iV provides zero-emission and particularly quiet driving – perfect for modern cities and low-emission zones. Following on from the start of production at the Kvasiny plant in September this year, the SUPERB iV will be launched onto the market at the beginning of 2020.

The SUPERB iV is the first ŠKODA to have two hearts beating under its bonnet. Depending on the situation and the selected driving mode, these provide drive either individually or as a pair, and combine the benefits of an electric motor and a combustion engine. The electric motor has a power output of 85 kW and, in conjunction with a lithium-ion battery, gives the SUPERB iV an all-electric, and thereby zero-emission, range of up to 62 km in the WLTP cycle. This allows it to complete most daily journeys, even in urban metropolises such as Prague, Berlin and Paris. The SUPERB iV’s 1.4 TSI petrol engine – delivering 115 kW (156 PS) – and 50-litre petrol tank, mean the hybrid drive system, which is available for the Ambition and Style trim levels as well as for the SPORTLINE and L&K variants, also boasts unrestricted long-distance capability. With a fully charged battery and full petrol tank, drivers heading off on a business trip behind the wheel of a company car, or on holiday with their family can thereby cover up to 930 km without any refuelling stops.

Petrol tank ventilation and choice of Sport, Hybrid and E-mode

When both power units are working together, the SUPERB iV has a combined power output of 160 kW (218 PS). Here, the power from the electric motor acts as an additional boost, providing dynamic driving performance. This means the car can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.7 seconds and its top speed is 224 km/h. To be able to experience this level of agility, the car must be set to Sport mode using Driving Mode Select or by using the button on the centre console. Vehicle parameters such as the steering, 6-speed DSG – which comes as standard and features a third clutch that acts as a coupling between the petrol engine and electric motor – and Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC), which is also standard, are then automatically switched to their sportiest setting.

In addition to Sport mode, drivers can also select E-mode and Hybrid mode. In E-mode, the SUPERB iV is powered entirely by the electric motor. It can then travel almost silently and accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in 5.0 seconds. However, to ensure pedestrians and cyclists hear an approaching SUPERB iV in good time, the E-noise sound generator creates a unique sound. In Hybrid mode, both power units work together and their interplay is automatically controlled electronically. This makes the combined consumption 1.5 l of petrol per 100 km and 14.0 to 14.5 kWh per 100 km, which corresponds to CO2 emissions of 33 to 35 g/km.

Due to the specific way in which the SUPERB iV functions, overpressure is created in the petrol tank when the car is driven in all-electric mode for a long period of time. In order to be able to safely open the petrol tank cap prior to refuelling, the pressure in the tank must first be released through a process known as venting. To do this, the driver simply presses a button next to the DSG gear selector.

Lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 13 kWh

In addition to the two power units, the traction battery and control electronics are key parts of the plug in-hybrid system. The control electronics coordinate the connection between the charging device and the battery, convert the direct current from the battery into the alternating current that drives the electric motor, and also ensures that the car’s 12-volt circuit is powered. The 37-Ah high-voltage traction battery has a gross capacity of 13 kWh corresponding to a net capacity of 10.4 kWh. The lithium-ion battery is built into the chassis floor in front of the rear axle. It stores the power required for electric drive, as well as for the heating and the Climatronic system’s compressor.

Four ways to charge the battery

The SUPERB iV offers four different ways to recharge the traction battery. If the battery is flat, it can be fully charged in about three and a half hours using the optional Mode 3 charging cable and a wall box with a charging output of 3.6 kW. Using the Mode 2 cable that comes as standard, it is possible to charge the battery in approximately five hours using a conventional 2.3-kW household plug socket. Whilst in motion, the SUPERB iV can charge its battery or maintain the battery level using the petrol engine. This means the desired electric range, which can be set to one of several levels using the central display, is always available to cover the ‘last mile’ – in urban low-emission zones, for example. Energy is also recovered while braking thanks to recuperation. If the driver moves the drive selector backwards from D, drive mode B is activated. In this mode, the electric motor takes over vehicle deceleration and, as a result, a particularly large amount of energy is recovered. This also happens to a lesser extent when the car is in D mode, the driver takes their foot off the accelerator and the SUPERB iV is ‘coasting’ on downhill stretches.

SUPERB iV with a hidden charging socket and 17-inch alloys

The ŠKODA SUPERB iV is available in the Ambition and Style trim levels as well as SPORTLINE and L&K variants. Depending on the trim or variant, the innovative full LED Matrix headlights including an animated Coming/Leaving Home function are either standard or optional. The lights bring out the modern design of ŠKODA’s flagship model whilst also increasing safety.

The Matrix technology allows drivers to have the high beam on at all times without dazzling other road users. The SUPERB iV’s newly designed ŠKODA grille is nearly all chrome. A flap, invisibly incorporated into the grille, conceals the socket for the charging cable. The modified front apron comes in a honeycomb structure and is flanked by air curtains. A horizontal chrome trim (black trim in the ŠKODA SUPERB iV SPORTLINE) acting as a connection between the full LED tail lights characterises the rear, as does a special iV badge.

So that the SUPERB iV cannot only be seen but also heard by pedestrians and cyclists, its E-noise feature generates a unique sound.

Polished 17-inch Stratos alloy wheels, which come as standard, emphasise the car’s sophisticated appearance; 18- and 19-inch alloys are both available as an option. Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) – which is standard and, in this model, does not lower the car by 10 mm – includes Driving Mode Select.

The trim framing the ŠKODA SUPERB iV SPORTLINE’s radiator grille, the car’s wing mirror housings and horizontal strip positioned between the full LED tail lights, which come as standard, are gloss black.

The top trim level, L&K, is the same size but also sports other new chrome details that, in addition to the air curtains, also adorn the side sills and rear bumper. ‘Laurin & Klement’ lettering on the front wings provides another visual highlight.

SUPERB iV with specific buttons in the centre console for driving modes

As is usual for the range, the ŠKODA SUPERB iV too offers an extremely generous amount of space and a boot capacity of 485 l in the hatchback and 510 l in the COMBI. Decorative door sill trims reinforce the superior level of quality offered by the comfortable interior. Optional LED ambient lighting can be set to different colours, creating an atmosphere to suit the mood. This option also includes the ŠKODA signature being projected onto the floor when the front doors are opened – a real eye-catcher. A Maxi DOT colour display comes as standard in the SUPERB iV; a customisable Virtual Cockpit can be ordered if desired.

Specific buttons for the E- and Sport modes in the centre console are a special feature of the SUPERB iV, allowing the driver to select either of those two driving modes at the push of a button. There is another special push-button for venting the fuel tank. Every SUPERB iV comes with a cable to recharge the battery using a conventional 230-volt household plug socket, whilst a fast charger is optional. The SUPERB iV also has a special high-voltage heating system to ensure the occupants can travel at a comfortable temperature even if the combustion engine is not used. The luxurious L&K version now comes with the option of an exquisite Alcantara® roof lining in black or beige including lined roof pillars and sun visors. ‘Laurin & Klement’ lettering adorns the passenger side on the dashboard’s Piano Black or brushed beige decorative trim and on the backrests of the leather seats, which come as standard.

In the SUPERB iV SPORTLINE’s predominantly black interior, the driver and front passenger are welcomed by Alcantara® and leather sports seats with integrated headrests – the surface of the front seats can be extended as an option. As another first in the SPORTLINE, the roof lining, roof pillars and sun visors can be clad in black Alcantara®; the decorative trims are carbon-effect. The Virtual Cockpit in the SPORTLINE variant has a modified carbon-fibre effect (sport skin), which changes the foreground and background of all five display layouts.

SUPERB iV featuring the latest generation of infotainment

The ŠKODA SUPERB iV boasts infotainment systems from the latest generation of the modular infotainment matrix. The Amundsen navigation system with an 8-inch touchscreen, voice control and Wi-Fi pairing comes as standard. The optional Columbus navigation system features a 9.2-inch display, can be controlled using gestures and offers a customisable home screen. Columbus is always combined with the otherwise optional Virtual Cockpit. Its 10.25-inch display offers a variety of layouts with the ability to include maps if coupled with the Columbus system. This allows the map to be displayed on both screens simultaneously. By default, the ŠKODA SUPERB iV is equipped with a Maxi DOT colour display.

All SUPERB iVs come with an integrated eSIM and included data allowance, thereby providing a permanent Internet connection. This enables more accurate and quicker route calculation as well as real-time traffic information. As part of the free data allowance, infotainment apps such as a weather and a news app can also be used directly via the car’s central display. Additional data packages allowing the owner to provide passengers with a Wi-Fi hotspot can either be bought via the in-car Shop or online. Using the new SmartLink technology, smartphone apps can now be accessed wirelessly on the display in the vehicle via Apple CarPlay. The SUPERB iV is also fitted with a USB-C port in the centre console and a USB-A connector in the Jumbo Box; two further USB-C sockets for passengers on the back seats form part of the optional Rear package.

ŠKODA Connect provides exclusive functions specifically for the SUPERB iV, displaying the battery level and the status of the current charging process on smartphones or smartwatches, for example. Just like the Climatronic, owners can start, stop and programme the heating of the windscreen as well as battery charging remotely. If the Climatronic is switched on while the SUPERB iV is not connected to a charging station, the battery is used to supply the necessary power. However, if the air conditioning is used during charging, it has no effect on the battery’s level of charge. This functionality optimises battery charging and the air conditioning of the vehicle (if connected to the grid), enabling the driver to start a planned journey with the interior at the desired temperature whilst also having a fully charged battery. The display in the centre console offers SUPERB iV-specific information too. Thus, drivers can always view the battery’s current level of charge, the remaining electric range as well as graphics depicting the vehicle’s current flow of energy.

Superb iV Specifications

Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Engine
Engine type turbocharged petrol engine, in-line, liquid cooling system, DOHC, transverse in front and electromotor
Cylinders 4
Displacement [cm3] 1395
Bore × Stroke [mm × mm] 74.5 × 80.0
Max. engine performance/revs [kW/min-1] 115/5000–6000
Max. torque/revs [Nm/min-1] 250/1550–3500
Maximum output of electromotor [kW] 85
Maximum torque of electromotor [Nm] 330
Maximum system output [kW] 160
Maximum system torque [Nm] 400
Compression ratio 10.0 : 1
Emission limit EU 6 AM
Fuel injection system electronically controlled direct injection
Ignition control unit controlled electronic ignition system
Lubrication force-feed lubrication with through-flow oil filter
Fuel quality unleaded petrol min. RON 95
Transmission
Wheel drive front wheel drive
Clutch three coaxial wet multiple-disk clutch, electro-hydraulically operated
Transmission automatic 6-speed, DSG, with Tiptronic manual gear changing
Transmission ratio I-3.500 II-2.773 III-1.852 IV-1.020V-1.023 VI-0.840 R-2.864
Axle ratio I-3.750 II-2.885
Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Chassis
Front axle MacPherson suspension with lower triangular links and torsion stabiliser
Rear axle multi-element axle, with one longitudinal and three transverse links, with torsion stabiliser
Springs telescopic shock absorbers with coil springs, in the rear outside the springs
Braking system hydraulic diagonal dual-circuit braking system, electromechanical servo assisted
Brake – front disc brakes with inner cooling, with single/piston floating caliper
Brake – rear disc brakes
Parking brake electromechanical, on rear wheels
Steering system direct rack and pinion steering with electro mechanic power steering
Body
Body 5 door, two compartment, 5 seater
Drag coefficient cw 0.268
Outside dimensions
Length [mm] 4869
Width [mm] 1864
Height (at kerb weight) [mm] 1468
Wheel base (at kerb weight) [mm] 2841
Clearance (at kerb weight) [mm] 137
Track front [mm] 1584
Track rear [mm] 1570
Inside dimensions
Width of front seats [mm] 1507
Width of rear seats [mm] 1520
Headroom in front seats [mm] 1038
Headroom in rear seats [mm] 980
Storage capacity [l] 485
Storage capacity with rear seatback folded down [l] 1610
Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Weights
Kerb weight – incl. driver* [kg] 1730–1861
Payload – incl. driver* [kg] 465–596
Total weight [kg] 2251
Max. roof load [kg] 100
Max. trailer load w/o brakes [kg] 750
Max. trailer load with brakes – 12% [kg] 1600
Max. trailer load with brakes – 8% [kg] 1900
Max. nose weight [kg] 90
Liquids
Tank capacity [l] 50
Battery capacity [kWh] 13

Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Performance/consumption
Maximum speed [km/h] 224
Acceleration 0–100 km/h [s] 7.7
Fuel consumption (NEDC)
– combined [l/100 km] 1.5
CO2 emissions [g/km] 33–35
Fuel consumption (WLTP)
– combined [l/100 km] 1.1–1.9
CO2 emissions [g/km] 25–42
Turning circle diameter [m] 11.1

Superb Combi iV Specifications

Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Engine
Engine type turbocharged petrol engine, in-line, liquid cooling system, DOHC, transverse in front and electromotor
Cylinders 4
Displacement [cm3] 1395
Bore × Stroke [mm × mm] 74.5 × 80.0
Max. engine performance/revs [kW/min-1] 115/5000–6000
Max. torque/revs [Nm/min-1] 250/1550–3500
Maximum output of electromotor [kW] 85
Maximum torque of electromotor [Nm] 330
Maximum system output [kW] 160
Maximum system torque [Nm] 400
Compression ratio 10.0 : 1
Emission limit EU 6 AM
Fuel injection system electronically controlled direct injection
Ignition control unit controlled electronic ignition system
Lubrication force-feed lubrication with through-flow oil filter
Fuel quality unleaded petrol min. RON 95
Transmission
Wheel drive front wheel drive
Clutch three coaxial wet multiple-disk clutch, electro-hydraulically operated
Transmission automatic 6-speed, DSG, with Tiptronic manual gear changing
Transmission ratio I-3.500 II-2.773 III-1.852 IV-1.020V-1.023 VI-0.840 R-2.864
Axle ratio I-3.750 II-2.885
Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Chassis
Front axle MacPherson suspension with lower triangular links and torsion stabiliser
Rear axle multi-element axle, with one longitudinal and three transverse links, with torsion stabiliser
Springs telescopic shock absorbers with coil springs, in the rear outside the springs
Braking system hydraulic diagonal dual-circuit braking system, electromechanical servo assisted
Brake – front disc brakes with inner cooling, with single/piston floating caliper
Brake – rear disc brakes
Parking brake electromechanical, on rear wheels
Steering system direct rack and pinion steering with electro mechanic power steering
Body
Body 5 door, two compartment, 5 seater
Drag coefficient cw 0.310
Outside dimensions
Length [mm] 4862
Width [mm] 1864
Height (at kerb weight) [mm] 1477
Wheel base (at kerb weight) [mm] 2841
Clearance (at kerb weight) [mm] 138
Track front [mm] 1584
Track rear [mm] 1570
Inside dimensions
Width of front seats [mm] 1507
Width of rear seats [mm] 1519
Headroom in front seats [mm] 1042
Headroom in rear seats [mm] 1000
Storage capacity [l] 510
Storage capacity with rear seatback folded down [l] 1800
Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Weights
Kerb weight – incl. driver* [kg] 1752–1901
Payload – incl. driver* [kg] 465–614
Total weight [kg] 2291
Max. roof load [kg] 100
Max. trailer load w/o brakes [kg] 750
Max. trailer load with brakes – 12% [kg] 1600
Max. trailer load with brakes – 8% [kg] 1900
Max. nose weight [kg] 90
Liquids
Tank capacity [l] 50
Battery capacity [kWh] 13
Technical specifications 1.4 TSI/160 kW PHEV (A)
Performance/consumption
Maximum speed [km/h] 224
Acceleration 0–100 km/h [s] 7.8
Fuel consumption (NEDC)
– combined [l/100 km] 1.6–1.7
CO2 emissions [g/km] 37–38
Fuel consumption (WLTP)
– combined [l/100 km] 1.1–1.9
CO2 emissions [g/km] 25–42
Turning circle diameter [m] 11.1
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