The new ŠKODA SUPERB iV features some unique flourishes. The partly enclosed chrome-plate grille creates real presence and subtly incorporates the car’s charging socket. An e-noise generator makes the sound of a conventional engine at speeds of up to 32mph to ensure pedestrians know you’re coming. As a final touch, an exclusive ‘iV’ badge sits on the tailgate.
THREE DRIVING MODES
The SUPERB iV has three additional driving modes. E-mode operates the car completely electrically for up to 35 miles (the average daily commute in the UK is 25 miles). Hybrid mode uses both the electric and petrol engines, either together or independently depending on driving conditions. SPORT-mode unleashes the power of the SUPERB iV’s 218PS hybrid drive.
POWERED BY MORE
By working together, the SUPERB iV's 13 kWh battery and petrol engine offer a range of up 578 miles. You can charge it with a Mode 2 cable in five hours using a domestic three-pin plug. For a faster charge, the Mode 3 cable will provide 100% charge three and a half hours using a 3.6 kW wallbox. Alternatively, when using the petrol engine the car will recharge the battery using energy created when braking.