A raft of changes to the Superb hatchback and estate specifications are headlined by a new SportLine Plus model. Commanding a price premium of £1,500 over the regular SportLine, extra equipment includes a 9.2-inch Columbus navigation system, integrated WiFi, heated front seats, an electric rear tailgate, blind spot detection and progressive dynamic steering. Offered with a choice of 148 or 188bhp 2.0-litre TDI engines, the former is available with a choice of six-speed manual or seven-seat automatic transmission, while the more powerful unit is paired exclusively to four-wheeldrive and an automatic gearbox. Prices start at £30,290 for the hatchback SportLine Plus 2.0 TDI and rises to £36,885 for the Estate SportLine Plus 2.0 TDI 4x4. Part of a package of improvements for the Superb range, SE, SE L Executive and SportLine models gain front and rear parking sensors, while SE L Executive versions also feature blind spot detection, keyless entry and a colour trip computer. The top-of-the-range Laurin & Klement models now feature a heated multi-function steering wheel, cooled front seats and a reversing camera, while SportLine models now cost £470 less as they now include an 8-inch Amundsen navigation setup in place of the Columbus system. The revised Superb models are available to order now, with the first cars arriving in showrooms in June.