From its bold, chrome-framed grille and distinctive headlights to its subtly curved, coupe-like roofline, the Superb Estate's design is well balanced, and very stylish.
The new Škoda Superb Estate also boasts the biggest load capacity in its class offering 633-litres of cargo area with the rear seats in place, or a massive 1,865-litres with the 60:40 rear seats both folded flat.
Trim levels and engine specifications mirrors those of the Superb hatchback with three model grades, three petrol and three diesel engines offered. Two transmissions, manual or DSG automatic, linked to either front- or all-wheel drive, are also available.
The Škoda Superb Estate will go on sale in Australia towards the middle of the year. Full specification and model line-up will be announced closer to the launch.