The world of cars is one that is continuously changing. Car manufacturers become better as time passes, each wanting to be the best and their unique goal is to create the car that gets closer and closer to perfection. And this also holds true for the tuning companies, of course, being the case of OK- Chiptuning too, whose latest project is an aftermarket program for the Skoda Superb Estate facelift.
The first thing that OK- Chiptuning does is to upgrade the engine. The Skoda Superb Estate is powered by the 2.0-liter TDI which produces 210 HP (154 kW) and 435 Nm (321 lb-ft) of torque. Before the upgrade, the engine generated 170 HP (125 kW) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque. Power is transmitted via revised engine electronics which will set you back 650 EUR. The DSG's electronics can be adjusted to match the extra power for some additional 200 EUR.
OK- Chiptuning can also add some extra goodies to the Skoda Superb. For 1,145 EUR the client can order H&R coilovers, for 485 EUR he can choose a stabilizer kit made by the same company. The vehicle rides on a set of Audi A6 (4G) steel rims in 8,5x20 ET45 wrapped in Z-Nero rubbers sized 235/35ZR20 from Pirelli. The exterior look is complete with the help of Cam Shaft, the firm that is responsible of foil wrapping the Superb. Thanks to them we have a two tone colored car: on the right side it is gray and on the left side it is red. With this appearance it’s difficult not to attract views once it goes on road. On the whole, OK- Chiptuning did a pretty nice job.
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