Skoda Superb SE Buisness is designed to meet the specifics of the fleet market with additional equipment that adds even more comfort and technologic additions. This particular trim level is geared with front and rear parking sensors, touchscreen satellite navigation, drive mode selection, including Eco, Sport and Normal modes, sunset glass from the back and even a Phonebox with wireless enhanced signal.
But the goodies do not end here. The SE Buisness comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights for better vision, Adaptive Cruise control and lumbar support. The most interesting fact is that, although the vastly increased number of additions, the new trim will come at the same price as its predecessor. With all improvements and the incredibly spacious cabin and the increased rear legroom, the new SE Buisness is set to be the businessman's best friend out on the streets. Only some of the new features are the optional: Virtual pedal system, Blind spot detection, new generation Park assist.
The SE Buisness will come with a choice of two EU6 diesel engines: the 1.6-litre 120PS unit and the 2.0-litre 150 PS one. Both come mated to DSG transmissions. Also, the new GreenLine model will emit about 95g/km of CO2, or at least it is expected to do so.
Furthermore, the SE Buisness will be up to 75kg lighter, despite the fact it is larger than the SE - 47mm wider, with 80mm longer wheelbase. It is believed, that all of these features will make the new model more efficient and comfortable.
Other "firsts" here are the LED rear lights, sunset glass, the redesigned multi-function steering wheel, manual lumbar support, electric parking brake, expanded set of safety and security extras - ABS, EBW, MSR, EDS, HDA and more. The technical additions include AC Contro, Satelite navigation control and SmartLink. The new Skoda SE Buisness will be specifically distributed in Europe and is expected to make a market debut later this year.