Our dedicated team of photographers have managed to shoot the facelifted version of the popular Skoda Superb, which was undergoing testing in the Alps. It looks like there’s an upcoming car party taking place there, as there’s also a Ford crossover making in the background.
The camouflage hides the fact that Skoda has done some serious changes to the nose and back end of the four-door sedan. The Superb will feature a new bumper, as the LED daytime running lights have been combined with the regular ones up top.
The upper grille hasn’t changed, but the lower one tapers upward instead of downward like the old one, and the mesh is not honeycombed not rectangular. The foglights have also changed a bit and the badge will be switched to the brand new one with a lot of chrome.
Given the Superb is so refined, interior changes will be minimal, as should be those under the bonnet.
We're guessing the facelifted Suberb will have to follow on from the production version of the MissionL
, scheduled to debut later this year.