The Subaru Levorg renews the proven formula of the sports wagon. At its debut, the 1.8 boxer engine with 177 hp, combined with an automatic transmission and 4×4 drive.
FORMULA THAT IS RENEWED – The Subaru Levorg station wagon arrives at the second generation offering several innovations, but without upsetting the basic philosophy. The car has been made official for the Japanese market where customers will be able to pre-order it starting from August 20, choosing between three different versions: GT, GT-H and STI Sport.
MORE RUNNING DESIGN –
Compared to the previous generation, the style of the Subaru Levorg 2021 has evolved, offering more taut and dynamic lines. The front hexagonal bezel protrudes and is surrounded by sharp headlights. The classic air intake on the bonnet to cool the intercooler of the turbo engine, made famous in the 90s by the Impreza that won in rallies, returns. To characterize the sides we find protruding wheel arches with the scratch at the base of the windows gives “movement”. The tail is more conventional, where the matte black fake extractor and the gritty double exhaust stand out.
PLATFORM AND ENGINE –
The new Subaru Levorg is developed on the basis of the Subaru Global Platform, debuting on the latest Impreza, which has been reinforced in some parts in order to increase stiffness and thus improve driving skills. The new platform increases the dimensions: the car is 475 cm long (6 more than the previous generation) with a wheelbase of 267 cm. The revamped platform houses the new 1.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder boxer with direct injection that delivers 177 HP at 5,200 rpm and 300 Nm of torque between 1,600 and 3,600 rpm, coupled to the newly developed CVT Lineartronic automatic transmission from the house, it has about 80% of new components. Like all Subaru, the Levorg has permanent all-wheel drive.
WHAT A LARGE SCREEN –
The Subaru Levorg offers the evolved version of the Subaru Eyesight composed of different driving assistance systems that make it compliant with the second level of semi-autonomous driving. Another important novelty is the fully digital instrumentation visible on a 12.3-inch screen and the new multimedia system that can count on a generous 11.6-inch touch screen positioned vertically.