2015 Subaru Outback previewed ahead of New York car display: All-new crossover to borrow styling cues and engine from the 2015 Legacy

All-new crossover to borrow styling cues and engine from the 2015 Legacy



Subaru programs to unveil the production edition of the 2015 Subaru Outback at the New York car present later on this month, hot on the heels of the debut of the 2015 Subaru Legacy. The Outback is scheduled to go on sale at the end of 2014.

The sixth-generation Subaru Outback will attribute exterior styling cues similar to those of the 2015 Legacy. That consists of a broad hexagonal grille and headlights equivalent, even though not identical, to these found on the Legacy. The front fascia of the 2015 Outback will also attribute fog lights integrated into the reduce bumper and a dark-colored piece of trim along the bottom of the lip and air dam. The hood layout will also be largely identical to the 2015 Legacy, featuring a clamshell form with 2 curved lines top from a single of the edges of the hexagonal grille all the way to the A-pillar. The side mirrors seem to be a direct carryover from the newly redesigned Legacy.

The current fifth-generation Subaru Outback has been on sale since 2009 and has been provided with a 2.5-liter Boxer engine, paired with both a 6-pace guide transmission or a continuously variable automated transmission. The all-new 2015 Legacy will be provided with a 2.5-liter Boxer engine as nicely, making 175 hp and 174 lb-ft of torque, and this is the powerplant we can count on to see in the Outback when it debuts in New York. Pricing for the Outback and the Legacy has not been announced, even though the 2014 model started out at $ 24,320 for the base trim.

The 2015 Outback will be unveiled on April 16, and it will be available to the public visiting the New York auto demonstrate starting on April 18.

The 2014 New York car demonstrate runs April 16-27 and is anticipated to appeal to a selection of manufacturing and notion cars including the 2015 Mustang convertible, BMW M4 convertible and up coming Hyundai Sonata. Examine out Autoweek’;s total coverage at autoweek.com/new-york-car-display.

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