Skoda India has launched the Corporate Edition variants of the Kodiaq and Superb. The Kodiaq Corporate Edition carries a price tag of Rs. 32.99 lakh while the Superb Corporate Edition costs Rs. 25.99 lakh for its petrol variant going up to Rs. 28.49 lakh for diesel engine option. All prices are ex-sh.
The Corporate Editions of Kodiaq and Superb receive distinctive styling and a host of new features. It also comes in with Skoda Shield Plus offering 6 years motor insurance, 24×7 roadside assistance and extended warranty.
The two cars also receive colour updates with the Kodiaq Corporate Edition offered in four colours of Quartz Grey, Moon White, Lava Blue and Magic Black. The Superb (DSG) Corporate Edition gets two paint schemes of Candy White and Magnetic Brown.
On the design front, the Kodiaq Corporate Edition gets a chiseled hood, a large front grille which chrome accents and adaptive headlamps along with LED DRLs. It also receives black roof rails, angular wheel arches and 18” alloy wheels. A panoramic sunroof is also a part of the updates seen on this Corporate Edition.
Skoda Superb (DSG) Corporate Edition gets a wide radiator grille, wide headlamps sweeping around its sides, an elongated bonnet and new front fog lamps. Its interiors also get done up with dark brushed and stone beige coloured leather.
The interiors of both these Corporate Editions get 3 zone climate control with separate controls for passengers at the rear, electrically adjustable front seats with memory function, 40:20:40 split rear seats and adjustable back rests.
In terms of infotainment, the Skoda Corporate Editions get a 20.32cm floating touchscreen display system with latest generation Amundsen infotainment system which supports SmartLink, MirrorLink, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto technology with proximity sensors, BossConnect and an integrated Skoda Media Command App which allows radio, music and navigation from the rear seat.
The two Skoda Corporate Editions also excel in terms of safety. The Superb gets 8 airbags that include dual front, side airbags at the front and rear and curtain airbags at the front and rear. It gets 5 three point seatbelts, adaptive front lighting system, headlamp swivel and cornering and a rear view camera. The Kodiaq and Superb Corporate Editions also get ABS, EBD, ESC, anti slip regulation and hydraulic brake assistant as standard.
Where engine specifications are concerned, the Kodiaq gets a 2.0 liter TDI turbo diesel engine offering 148 bhp power and 340 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed twin clutch automatic gearbox. The Superb gets two engine options that include a 1.8 liter TSI turbocharged petrol engine offering 175 bhp power and 250 Nm torque and mated to a 7 speed twin clutch automatic gearbox and a 2 liter TDI turbocharged diesel engine offering 175 bhp power and 350 Nm torque mated to a 6 sped twin clutch automatic gearbox.