Skoda launched the all-new Superb earlier this year and now, the brand is all set to introduce their Dynamic Chassis Control (DCC) to the flagship sedan.
The DCC will adjust the steering weight, engine response, and adjust the suspension dampers to suit the desired driving condition. This system will allow the driver to choose between comfort, normal and sport modes.
The car will also get a 'rough road' suspension setup with higher ground clearance, which should help the new Superb to make its cruise easy in India.
With the new Superb getting a suspension setup with a higher ground clearance, and tuned up dampers for adaptive control is definitely an additional expense that Skoda had avoided.
In India, the Skoda Superb is available with a 1.8-litre petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel variants. The standard 1.8-litre petrol variant which is available either with manual or automatic gearbox is good to produce 180bhp and 320Nm of torque, while the 2.0-litre diesel engine churns out 177bhp and 350Nm of torque, and only comes with a twin-clutch automatic gearbox.