First drive: all-new Skoda Superb - Introduction

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Inside the Skoda museum in the Czech Republic, there's a black limousine that wouldn't look out of place in an Edward G Robinson gangster film.

It's an original Superb from the 1930s - fewer than 900 were made. Six years of war killed it; 40 more of communist rule put paid to any hope of a replacement.

It was to be more than 60 years before Skoda was in a position to produce another Superb, and even then it was little more than a stretched Volkswagen Passat.

Only now is Skoda able to go it alone again.

First drive: all-new Skoda Superb - Rejuvenated ingenuity


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