Subaru Outback XT has become a reality, and Subaru Australia CEO Blair Reed announced this recently Launch WRX. Production will begin in the last quarter of 2022 with the first deliveries in the first quarter. 2023
Buyers have long wanted a production version of both the Outback and Forester.
The WRX engine and hopefully Subaru Performance Transmission with a choice of drive mode (as seen in the tS WRX versions) will be drooling over buyers.
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The WRX engine is a 2.4-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder Boxer engine, horizontally opposite. It provides a power of 202 kW at 5600 rpm and a torque of 350 Nm from 2000 to 5200 rpm.
It provides an attractive driving experience with low and wide torque.
Subaru Performance transmission is the best way to increase the performance of a boxing engine.
Soon buyers may also see a version of Outback Wilderness. Perhaps Fr. XT Forester version, or even a forest desert. Subaru sources do not confirm any of this.
However, at least we will see not only our own Solterra EV SUVbut XT Outback performance and it’s good.
Subaru will confirm the final price and details of the specifications closer to the release date.
It has also been confirmed that the XT will be an addition to the existing hinterland range.
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