Based on the regular SE trim, it adds standard features that many company car drivers consider must-haves – but are often not able to order due to fleet policies banning options.
Additions include touchscreen sat nav, Bluetooth, SmartLink smartphone connectivity (including Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink and Google Android Auto), front and rear parking sensors and security-conscious sunset tinted glass for the rear windows.
Alcantara upholstery makes it a bit posher inside too.
The Superb SE Business will be offered with two fleet-focused engines, both diesels: a 120hp 1.6-litre TDI and a 150hp 2.0-litre TDI.
Skoda will later add a GreenLine eco version, capable of 76.4mph and emitting 95g/km CO2.
Deliveries of the new Superb range, including the SE Business, will begin later this year and prices for the company car driver edition start at £21,590.