The India-bound 2015 Skoda Superb has been teased through an official sketch (above). Generously influenced by the Vision C Concept that made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, the 2015 Superb is reportedly being readied for a February unveiling. The overall visual philosophy will move away from the current Superb’s bulky stature towards a more edgier, athletic physique. The front will borrow those sexy, sharp head-lamps from the Vision C, although they have been toned down to a more production friendly specification. Even the new bonnet’s contours are analogous to the Vision C’s and culminates in the new Skoda corporate grille, along with new, edgier front bumper-work.
The sides get a high set waist line, and a much narrower glasshouse than its predecessor, again, quite like the Vision C and also the new Octavia. The rear is yet to be witnessed, but we’re pretty sure it’ll be a production-spec crack at the Vision C’s rear. Overall, the new Superb, based on VW’s MQB modular platform promises to be more stylish and powerful than ever, with a range of cleaner, yet more gusty 4 cylinder diesel and petrol motors, along with a petrol V6. Despite the car reportedly being set to grow by 20 mm and the wheelbase being stretched by 80 mm, it’ll be get lighter by around 75-80 Kgs as well. Stay tuned!