Skoda, Kodiaq and Superb put to the durability test


As Skoda prepares to launch the next generation Kodiaq and Superb, it has carried out an extensive program to test the robustness of these two vehicles.

The Czech automaker tested both vehicles in temperatures ranging from -30 to 50 degrees and in different climate zones such as Arizona, Spain and Africa. The vehicles were also tested for braking efficiency and thermal regulation by climbing 13% gradients on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in the Austrian Alps.

Skoda claims that the new generation Kodiaq and Superb will be even more robust and reliable than their previous generations.