2020 Subaru Outback Gets Dynamic Look and Turbo Tech


Outback has hands-free power liftgate making it more convenient to the user. 

The Japanese automobile giant, Subaru presents its all-new midsize SUV crossover, 2020 Outback. The company is likely to present the car in New York Auto Show this week. The car has already garnered a lot of attention in the automotive sector for outside the box thinking and dynamic design. It is more of a wagon than an outright SUV, with ample ground clearance and lots of space for passengers and cargo.  Outback is not larger than the previous models but is notably stiffer than before. The car will be entering in its sixth generation and is expected to serve convincingly amidst fierce competition around the world.

Outback has comprised of a 2.4-liter turbocharged flat-four engine that produces a massive output of 266 horsepower and torque of 277 lb. ft. It is coupled with the continuously variable transmission, offering a mileage of 23mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway, with all-wheel drive. The car offers ground clearance of 8.7 inches which lets you drive on rough terrains. Subaru has improved its suspension, making it enjoyable to drive. Its Non-XT version has a 2.5-liter engine, producing 182 horsepower and 176 lb. ft of torque.

Apart from this, there is a fully integrated infotainment system comprising Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth connectivity, Subaru’s EyeSight Safety tech along with adaptive cruise control and lane-centering tech. To ensure the driver gets the utmost safety, Subaru has offered reverse automatic braking, LED headlights, blind-spot monitoring, a front view camera, and a head-up display. There is ample space of 75.7 cubic feet behind the front seats and a hands-free power liftgate. All in all, 2020 Outback is a very well designed car, promising to offer dependable performance. The company has not released its pricing yet and is expected to announce closer to launch.


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