Self Study Program 106 – SKODA Superb III Vehicle Introduction Section I

VAG SSP 106 – ŠKODA Superb III Vehicle Introduction Section I PDF. The ŠKODA Superb III boasts a dynamic design that extends from the body to the spacious interior, providing maximum space for both passengers and luggage. With the largest overhead and knee space on the rear seats in its class, the Superb III offers unmatched comfort.

In terms of technology, the ŠKODA Superb III takes things to a whole new level. It is the first ŠKODA vehicle to feature the Adaptive Dynamic Chassis (Dynamic Chassis Control) with drive mode select function. It also introduces automatic three-zone air conditioning, an electrically controlled panoramic sunroof, auxiliary heating, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, windshield heating without resistive wires, and an electrically controlled upward-opening tailgate with an optional “virtual pedal” control function.

Other features include a parking assistant (PLA) and reversing camera, a foldable tow bar, and up-to-date connectivity with SmartGate and MirrorLink systems.

The ŠKODA Superb III is based on the corporate MQB-B platform and will be manufactured at the Kvasiny plant. It will be available with five petrol and three diesel engines, with weight reduction of approx. 75 kg in the basic version and better aerodynamic properties, reducing fuel consumption. Four of the engines will also offer a four-wheel-drive option with the fifth-generation Haldex system.

Overall, the ŠKODA Superb III is a prime example of ŠKODA’s commitment to innovation and excellence in design and technology. With its spacious interior, advanced features, and unparalleled performance, it is sure to impress drivers and passengers alike.


1. Introduction
1.1 Vehicle Presentation

2. Car Body Design and External Features
2.1 General Design Overview of ŠKODA Superb III
2.2 Vehicle Outer Dimensions
2.3 Exterior and Interior Design Cohesion

3. Vehicle Interior
3.1 Interior Storage Compartments Concept
3.2 Interior Storage Compartments Volume
3.3 Interior Clever Solutions and Storage Compartments
3.4 Luggage Compartment
3.4.1 Table of Luggage Compartment Volumes
3.4.2 Luggage Compartment Lining Design

4. Front and Rear Bumpers
4.1 Front Bumper Design
4.2 Rear Bumper Design

5. Doors
5.1 Outer Panelling of the doors
5.2 New Concept of Doors
5.2.1 Window Lifters
5.2.2 Assembly Aperture Covers

6. Bonnet Design

7. Bodywork
7.1 Material Composition of the Body Shell
7.2 Increase of High-Strength Sheet Metal Share of the Bodywork Composition
7.3 Overview of Hot Formed Ultra High-Strength Sheet Metals

8 Chassis
8.1 Chassis Types
8.1.1 McPherson Front Axle
8.1.2 Four-Element Rear Axle with Auxiliary Frame
8.2 Dynamic Chassis Control – DCC
8.2.1 Dynamic Chassis Control Principle
8.2.2 Dynamic Chassis Control System Overview
8.2.4 Controlling the Dynamic Chassis Control System
8.2.4 LWR Sensors Common for DCC and AFS Systems

9. Brake System
9.1 Control Units for Brake and Stabilization Systems
9.2 Double-Action ASR / ESC Button
9.2.1 ASR / ESC Button Function Table
9.3 Electromechanical Parking Brake
9.3.1 Auto Hold Function
9.4 Brakes
9.4.1 Specification of Brakes Used
9.5 Main Brake Cylinder with Brake Booster
9.6 Common Bracket of Brake and Accelerator Pedals

10. Wheels and Discs
10.1 Steel Wheels with Full-Size Wheel Covers
10.2 Light Alloy Wheels

11. Engines
11.1 Drive Units Overview
11.2 Petrol Engine 1.4 l TSI 92 kW
11.3 Petrol Engine 1.4 l TSI 110 kW ACT
11.4 Petrol Engine 2.0 l TSI 162 kW
11.5 Overview of Technologies Used in Petrol Engines
11.6 Diesel Engine 1.6 l TDI 88 kW
11.7 Diesel Engine 2.0 l TDI 110 kW
11.8 Diesel Engine 2.0 l TDI 140 kW
11.9 Overview of Technologies Used in Diesel Engines

12. Gearboxes
12.1 Engine – Gearbox Combinations

Instructions for assembly, disassembly, repairs, diagnosis and detailed user information can be found in VAS diagnostic testers and vehicle’s onboard literature.
Editorial closing date: 4/2015.
This SSP is not subject to updating.

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 64

Self Study Program 106 – SKODA Superb III Vehicle Introduction Section I