The sixth-generation of the crossover SUV now in its25th year since 1995 debut
● | Superior driving dynamics with Subaru Global Platform and an available 2.4-liter direct injection turbo boxer engine
● | Refined and innovative interior featuring new tablet-style 11.6-inch screen
● | Superior safety based on Subaru’s comprehensive safety philosophy
● | Tough and rugged exterior design inspires driver and passengers’ active mind

Subaru Corporation unveiled the all-new 2020 Outback (US Spec) at the 2019 New York International Auto Show on April 17 (local time in New York).
Outback Onyx Edition XT | Outback Touring

Since its debut in 1995, the Outback has built a history as a crossover SUV integrating the attributes of both passenger cars and SUVs, and now enters its sixth-generation. Throughout its history, the Outback has offered core values such as safety, comfort, versatility and quality, not only enriching its owners’ lifestyles but also establishing a unique character as Subaru’s flagship crossover SUV. Developed under the concept of “Crossover vehicle that stimulates intellectual curiosity and encourages new discoveries,” the new Outback has evolved once again by adding the latest technologies on top of the traditional Outback attributes.

The all-new Outback is powered by either a 2.4-liter turbocharged BOXER engine delivering strong torque output from low RPM or a 2.5-liter normally-aspirated BOXER engine with improved efficiency thanks to direct injection system. Combined with the new engine is Subaru Global Platform which optimizes the body rigidity, and Outback’s reputable dynamic performance has been further enhanced as a result. In addition, Subaru’s exclusive EyeSight driver assist system comes standard in all trims and is now equipped with the Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control including new Lane Centering function. In combination with available driver monitoring system*1, EyeSight equipped Outback brings driver additional peace of mind, as a partner that assists owners’ active lifestyles.

The exterior design incorporates the side silhouette expressing a sense of speed, larger profile panel surfaces with sense of thickness and more rugged body claddings. As a result, the Outback gives tough and active feel at a glance. For the interior, an updated infotainment system featuring 11.6-inch tablet style large screen has been applied and it adds advanced functions to the high-quality interior of the flagship model.

With the all-around enhancements, the all-new Outback will deliver safer and more enjoyable experience as a partner for an active lifestyle.

The 2020 Outback will go on sale at U.S. Subaru retailers this fall.

Main features of the new Outback (US Spec)

■ Driving enjoyment and peace of mind supported by superior dynamic quality feel
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2.4-liter Horizontally Opposed four cylinder, DOHC, Direct injection turbocharged engine // 2.5-liter Horizontally Opposed four-cylinder, DOHC, Direct injection engine
260 hp // 182 hp
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