The bi-xenon headlights are fitted with the Adaptive Frontlight System (AFS) and LED daytime running lights. The AFS optimises the illumination of the road and surroundings in line with the driving and weather conditions and adapt to different traffic situations.
Highway driving requires a long spot reach illuminating both the right and left lanes. The Interurban mode switches seamlessly to Highway mode so that the change in the light beam is fluent. Activated from 90 km/h.
This mode is closest to a normal passing beam, with both the right and the left headlight modules in default position. Activated in the speeds ranges of 0-15 km/h or 50-90 km/h.
Responding to the steering wheel angle and the speed of the car, the cornering light provides better illumination of the curve, enabling the driver to respond faster to any unforeseen obstacles. Activated from 10 km/h.
In the City mode, the light pattern distribution – wider and shorter than the Interurban mode – illuminates the whole of the road and the adjacent pavement. Activated at 15-50 km/h.
The static cornering light is integral to the front fog lights with the Corner function, offering better illumination in tight curves and casting more light on adjacent pedestrian crossings or parking spaces. Activated up to 40 km/h.
This is the first time that the ŠKODA Superb’s two-part tail lights have gleamed with LED technology as standard. The lights are narrow, with one element of the tail lights located in the body and another in the tailgate.