ŠKODA SUPERB iV Estate (2020) Guide

ŠKODA SUPERB iV Estate (2020) Guide

Part of the generation of cleaner ŠKODA models, the Superb iV is available as an estate or hatchback. This guide details the specification for the estate model. ŠKODA’s pragmatic approach to design has resulted in a practical and highly functional plug-in hybrid. The 30+ electric miles enables environmentally friendly daily commutes, while its efficient traditional engine can take you further.

Electric Range

34 Miles

Avg Cost per Charge


Battery Size

13 kWh

3.7Kw Charge

4 Hours

Connector Type

Type 2

Rapid Charge


OLEV Approved


Vehicle Type

Plug in Hybrid

Charging the ŠKODA Superb iV

The Superb iV Estate comes with a battery size of 13kWh and has an official WLTP range of 34 miles.

Charging times will, of course, vary based on the power of the charger; a 3.7kW home charger, for example, will take 4 hours to charge from 0% to 100%, providing an approximate range per hour of 9 miles*.

Note: It is worth highlighting here that the Superb iV has a max AC rate of 3.6kW. If you were to plug into a 7kW or 22kW charge point, the vehicle would continue to charge at a rate of 3.6kW. Given the battery size and short charging times, this shouldn’t be much of an issue.

Charging Times**:

  • 2.1kW (3-pin plug) = 6 hours for 0-100%
  • 7.4kW = 4 hours for 0-100%
  • 11kW = 4 hours for 0-100%

*Based on WLTP range

**Charging times are estimates and will vary depending on factors such as the charger in use and temperature of the battery.

Spacious, reliable and comfortable, the Superb iV Estate provides a smooth ride, stable handling and economic savings on running costs. Demonstrating all of ŠKODA’s brand strengths, this model is both laid back and down-to-earth. Frequent charging will help the savvy ŠKODA owner in reducing overall fuel costs while providing a quiet, peaceful drive.