BRUSSELS, Belgium - Subaru Europe, the European subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries, the Japanese manufacturer of Subaru automobiles, has announced that it will exhibit the all-new Outback equipped with “EyeSight” driver assist technology and the Levorg sports tourer which at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show in March.
STYLISH: The new and stylish Subaru Levorg. Image: Subaru, Newspress.
The company will also exhibit the Forester featuring the Subaru boxer diesel engine with Lineartronic - its version of a continuously variable transmission.
Subaru has scheduled a special site to go live on March: http://www.subaru-global.com/2015geneva.html.
• All-new Outback (European specs.)
Since its inception, the Outback has been Subaru’s flagship crossover model which embodies the brand’s unique crossover concept, combining passenger-car comfort with the long-distance capabilities and load space of an SUV. With its unique features thoroughly refined, the Outback employed a host of enhancements including the “EyeSight” driver assist technology and won the highest five-star overall rating in the 2014 European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP)* safety performance test.
• Levorg (European specs.)
The new sports tourer Levorg is the embodiment of Subaru’s longtime achievements and symbolises the latest Subaru’s technologies. Following its launch in Japanese market last year, the European spec. model will be exhibited at the Geneva International Show prior to its European launch later this year.
- Forester with Boxer Diesel Lineartronic (European specs.)
The Subaru Boxer Diesel (Horizontally-Opposed diesel engine), teamed with the Lineartronic (CVT), is now available on the Forester.
The Lineartronic not only offers a smooth and fuel efficient ride, it also further enhances the sporty driving of the Subaru Boxer Diesel. Adaptive control and manual shifting are among the features that deliver genuine fun-to-drive character.
The Subaru was named one of the safest cars in 2010.
OUTBACK FOR GENEVA: The new Subaru equipped with driver assist technology. Image: Newspress / Subaru