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2015 Subaru Outback is Under Trail and Spotted on the European Streets

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Apr 4, 2014

The all-new 2015 Outback has been spotted roaming the European streets while dressed in bulky camouflage garb. Though the car is fully disguised, it’s easy to tell that Subaru has polished its top selling model up.

Starting with the updated front fascia that includes xenon headlights, lower fog lights, and the traditional-to-Outback high approach angle; the design seems to be more styled than before though. The hood has some nice character lines riding just over the front fenders and rising up to the A-pillars at a sloppier aerodynamic angle. Several modifications can be noticed at the first glance like repositioned side mirrors and the rear bumper which still has those huge clumsy reflectors. On the upside of rear screen it has some extra slope and rake up just similar to front screen.
The roof rails come again reassuring us the Outback won’t misplace that utilitarian of do-anything, carry-all that you want to take. The dash board has all new features and entirely redesigned for more fun with two gauge pods. The steering wheel is looking sportier than in the previous versions and it has chrome and silver paddle shifters and new refined HAVC vents.

On the engine side, it is expected that the new Outback will come with a refined version of 2.5 Litre flat four engine as a standard but a 2.0 Litre turbocharged flat four engine is also an option which will swap the previous 3.6 Litre L6. though nothing is confirmed yet. Obviously, Subaru’s standard All Wheel Drive system will come again, making this wagon a proficient hauler for wintry weather and a casual off-roader.

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