The production of the Škoda Superb began in March 1935 with the top model powered by a 2.5-litre six-cylinder engine producing 55 HP.
- It had a radio with six electron tubes and rosewood shelves behind the front seats were also available.
- Almost every year, the company bright out further innovations with more powerful engines and a broader range of equipment.
- After building almost 600 vehicles with SV valve control, the Brand introduced the Superb OHV in 1938 with a 80 HP inline-six cylinder engine with its overhead valves and a displacement of 3,137 cm3.
- It became the epitome of elegance and comfort. It measured 5.2 meters in length and a wheelbase of 3.3 meters.
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