This is the first electric Skoda. The flagship Superb iV
Some time ago, Czech Skoda engineers asked Volkswagen for help to create the first-ever hybrid hybrid Skoda together. The third generation of the flagship model, after changing the body, will debut in a hybrid version called the Skoda Superb iV with a battery range of up to 55 kilometers.

Under the hood of the Skoda Superb iV was the same 1.4 TSI petrol unit with 114 HP that is installed in the Passat GTE. Also in this case, all this is supported by an electric motor, so that the total power is 215 HP and 400 Nm of torque. A 13 kWh battery (9 kWh in a Passat)-according to research by WLTP-makes it possible to drive up to 55 kilometers on pure electricity. The batteries can be charged via a household outlet or for 3.5 hours using the Wall box station.
The plug-in hybrid is combined with a 6-speed manual transmission by default, so it emits 40 g of carbon dioxide per kilometer and thus meets Euro 6d-TEMP emission standards. Skoda Superb iV with a full fuel tank (50 liters) and a fully charged battery is able, as the manufacturer claims, to drive up to 850 kilometers.
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