The face-lifted 2013 Skoda Superb, as the top model of the Czech carmaker, is already a wonderful vehicle to begin win. Now, Neukirchen-Vluyn-based tuning company OK-Chiptuning has made the estate wagon even more terrific. Experts at OK-Chiptuning utilized their tuning expertise to offer a package that is not only superb inside but also fabulous.
OK-Chiptuning first focused its attention on the engine that powers the 2013 Skoda Superb – by electronically boosting its performance. The estate’s 2.0 liters TDI, on standard, provides only up to 170 PS of output and up to 350 Nm torque.
With OK-Chiptuning’s surgical intervention into the engine electronics, the powerplant now provides 210 PS of output and up to 435 Nm of torque – all at a cost of just EUR650.
Customers could also opt to adapt the DSG transmission performance software to optimize torque for another EUR200 – but is also available for Skoda Superb installed with automatic gearbox.
Customers could also have the suspension of their vehicles optimized by H&R coilovers for additional EUR1,145 (excluding mounting) and a stabilizer kit for EUR485 excluding mounting).
OK-Chiptuning’s Superb rides on Audi A6 (4G) steel rims in 8,5x20 ET45 wrapped in Z-Nero in 235/35ZR20 from Pirelli. While these upgrades are not easily recognizable, it is another story for the 2013 Skoda Superb’s exterior looks.
OK-Chiptuning tapped experts from Cam Shaft to take care of the vehicle’s foil wrapping. Indeed, the results didn’t fail to impress as the already face-lifted Superb now sports a two-faced look – finished in space-dominating muted gray on the right and attention-craving red on the left. This color combo has created an impression of a two-faced Skoda Superb.