Skoda has unveiled prices for the first range of options available on the new Superb, which launches in the UK next month.
It’s the first time that ‘Park Assist’, a system which identifies and steers the vehicle into a parking space, has been used by Skoda on its models.
Owners who plump for the SE or Elegance models will have to pay £350 for the feature, while those who want it on the entry level S model will have to pay £630.
Other options include a multi-function steering wheel with radio and telephone controls, as well as the DSG gearbox with paddles for greater driver comfort.
The S and SE trim level vehicles can be fitted with a tyre pressure monitor for an extra £100 and all new Superb buyers can get optional rear side airbags for £250.
The new Superb, which will cost from £15,490, will be launched on 18 September and standard features will include electronic stability control, seven airbags, front and rear electric windows and alloy wheels.