The Skoda Superb Scout knows winter is coming, therefore it is testing on some very snowy roads.
Skoda is currently testing a prototype of their Superb wagon complete with Scout parts. A Czech company previously created the same type of vehicle, however this is first time that the automaker has produced a station wagon of their own with the aforementioned parts. The white car seen behind is actually a production version of the Czech automaker's Vision D concept. VW, the Skoda-owners, apparently wanted to show off the Passat Alltrack first, so we assume that the Superb Scout will be next in line to make its debut.
Our photographers noticed the plates, which are definitely Skoda's own, and it should run on the 140hp TDI engine. That means they will forego the use of the more powerful 170hp TDI in their Scout. Technically-speaking, the Superb Scout will share engines and drivetrains with the standard Superb 4x4.