The British Auto Express currently comes with this information, which, among other things, also refers to the words of the head of Škoda, Klaus Zellmer. When asked if he was thinking about the Superb RS, which could compete with the fast models of German premium manufacturers, he replied: “I couldn’t agree more. Look, we haven’t announced anything yet, but your arguments are correct.”
There has been no official confirmation of the car yet, so don’t expect guaranteed news about the technology, but the British claim that the Superb RS should get a plug-in hybrid drive. We can only argue about its parameters, but the answer may be right in front of us and we just have to open our eyes.