It's still a long time away from launch, but the spy pics of the Skoda Superb's facelift have found their way onto the internet.
The response they got from the Mission L concept was so positive that Skoda is now incorporating the styling cues seen in that model in the rest of the model range. The Superb benefits from new, sharper headlamps, a new grille and new bumper design up front. The side profile of the car seems mostly unchanged though, save for what appear to be new turn signals in the wing mirrors.
At the rear, the car seems radically different. The tail-lights are far more angular now as opposed to the rounded ones on the current car. They reseemble the Volkswagen Jetta or the Audi A6 because of the way they cut across the rear deck. The numberplate housing has now been relocated to the bootlid, which makes it resemble the A6 a lot more now. With the numberplate gone from the bumper, it now gets some reflectors at the side to keep it from looking bare.
No other details are known at this point, but watch this space for the latest updates.
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