Skoda has handed down yet another set of teaser images for its coming new Superb this week, just days out from its official unveiling in Prague.
The Czech brand has already revealed the new model’s interior, along with a pair of stylised exterior sketches and a handful of camouflaged ‘spy’ photos.
These latest images, however, offer the most detailed look yet at the Superb liftback sedan’s styling.
Among these shots is a birdseye-view of the new model’s complete body, revealing our best look yet at the 2016 Superb’s nose-to-tail details.
Skoda is also taking us up nice and close with this gallery, offering a clear look at the new Superb’s intricately prismatic headlight design.
Keen observers might also notice an interesting resemblance to the headlights of the Seat Leon, one of Skoda’s stablemates in the Volkswagen family.
“The use of geometrical triangular shapes and the three-dimensional contours create a striking brand distinctiveness, modelled after the Bohemian tradition of glass art,” Skoda says of the new Superb’s look.
We’ll see more of that on February 17/18 when the new Superb is unveiled in Prague, ahead of its global premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.
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