Self Study Program 107 – SKODA Superb III Vehicle Introduction Part II
VAG SSP 107 – ŠKODA Superb III Vehicle Introduction Part II PDF. The ŠKODA Superb III features the 1.4 TSI / 110 kW ACT engine of the EA211 design line, equipped with ACT – Active Cylinder Management Technology. This innovative system allows for the deactivation of the second and third cylinders, depending on the current engine load, which results in a reduction in fuel consumption.
Under low load, the engine intake throttle valve is partially closed, creating more resistance to flow, leading to lower efficiency and increased fuel consumption relative to the engine’s power. The two-cylinder mode provides a solution to this problem by disengaging two cylinders while keeping the other two active. This results in a larger throttle valve opening angle, which reduces intake resistance and fuel consumption.
The ACT system in the ŠKODA Superb III is an excellent example of the brand’s commitment to reducing fuel consumption while maintaining high-performance standards. With this innovative technology, drivers can enjoy a smooth and fuel-efficient ride, while also minimizing their impact on the environment.
1. New drive unit technologies
1.1 ACT – System for deactivation of two middle cylinders of the engine
1.1.1 Principle of cylinder disengagement
1.1.2 Cam adjusters
1.2 SCR – synthetic urea water solution injection system
1.2.1 Components of the SCR system
1.2.2 AdBlue selective catalytic reduction agent – SCR
1.2.3 Functionality principle of the selective catalytic reduction – SCR
1.2.4 Installation and description of SCR
2. New automatic transmission technologies
2.1 Gliding mode
2.2 Launch Control Function
2.3 NDK Function
3. Vehicle lighting
3.1.1. Halogen headlamp
3.1.2 Bi-xenon adaptive headlamp – AFS
3.1.3 Bi-xenon adaptive headlamp with masked high-beam light system – MDF
3.2.1 Tail-lamp – Basis variant
3.2.2 Tail lamp – TOP variant
3.2.3 Tail lamp design
3.3 DLA Function
3.4 Ambient vehicle interior lighting
3.4.1 RGB diode modules for vehicle interior ambient lighting
4. Instrument cluster
4.1 Instrument cluster design
4.2 Instrument cluster variants
5.1 Antennae integrated into the tailgate window
5.2 Roof antenna
5.3 Antennae under the rear bumper
6. Sound distribution
6.1 Basic sound distribution – 8 speakers
6.2 CANTON sound system – 12 speakers
6.2.1 Functionalities of the CANTON SYSTEM
7. Air distribution and conditioning
7.1 Manual air conditioning
7.2 Climatronic dual-zone automatic air conditioning
7.3 Climatronic triple-zone automatic air conditioning
7.4 Front seat ventilation
7.5 Front and rear seat heating
7.6 Front seats with heating and ventilation
8. Foldable tow bar
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.