Skoda, the Mladá Boleslav based Czech automaker, has revealed the GreenLine trim of its new Superb saloon. The company claims that Superb GreenLine is its most advanced and efficient model to date. Just so you know, 2016 Skoda Superb was unveiled in February in Prague, and it is the third-generation of Skoda's flagship saloon. It is expected to launch in India by early next year and has been spied testing several times on India roads. Even the top-end Laurin and Klement edition has been snapped in the country, and Skoda might just also launch the GreenLine variant of the sedan in India.
Skoda Superb GreenLine takes fuel economy and emissions to a whole new level, with a predicted combined consumption figure of 27.05kmpl and CO2 emissions of just 96g/km. These provide the new Superb GreenLine with a potential range of more than 1750 kms. on just one tank of fuel– comfortably enough to drive from Milton Keynes to Barcelona. Being powered by a 1.6L, four-cylinder diesel engine, the Superb GreenLine has a power output of 118bhp and incorporates a host of advanced fuel-saving technologies. Quite identical to other Super variants, the GreenLine too gets start-stop ignition and brake energy recovery as standard.
In addition, Superb GreenLine model features longer gear ratios, SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) and 16-inch reduced rolling resistance tyres. To further improve efficiency, the Superb GreenLine has been engineered with a unique aerodynamic package. The chassis sits 15mm lower than the standard Superb, while the model incorporates tailgate and roof spoilers to efficiently channel air around the rear of the car. The new Superb GreenLine will be unveiled to the public at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show and will be available in the UK later this year.