2021 Subaru Levorg Rumors, Redesign
2021 Subaru Levorg Rumors, Redesign – Subaru sold 36,688 vehicles in Europe at 2018, and Levorg accounted for 1,748 as opposed to 2,865 units in 2017 and 4,689 at 2016. On the upside, Subaru works on the heir-clear with the platform of Impreza and Legacy. Look forward to the next generation in 2020 for the 2021 model.
Launched in 2014, Levorg has now received a mid-life refresher in Japan where he also gained two special edition versions. One of these variants carries STI endings in its name and that is why it attracts our attention.
2021 Subaru Levorg Rumors, Redesign
Before we get to the details, let’s answer the questions that are already circulating in your head – no, you won’t be able to buy them in the United States. For the time being, Levorg STI Sports Black selection is limited only to the Japanese market and we hope to stay that way for the rest of the model’s current lifecycle.
Steamed in 30,995 Pound Sterling, now levorg comes with 2.0-liter boxers in the United Kingdom. The engine produces 147 horsepower and 198 Nm of torque, and the Lineartronic CVT complements the active torque Split All-wheel-drive system as standard.
Arriving at the British dealer on July 1, Levorg is available in no less than six exterior colors. Subaru works magic in the front fascia, headlamps, and fog lights as well. 18-inch Alloy Wheels and steering-responsive LED lighting is another highlight worth mentioning.
As standard, the special edition wagon rises over the 18-inch black-laced wheels with a 225/45 tire section. The only other well-known exterior tweaks are the black finishes for door mirror cover with integrated puddle Light. While Super Minor, this modification gives the sporty train a little more aggressive look.
Notable changes took place in the cab where standard front seats were replaced by Recaro seats (an eight-way power driver seat) with a mixture of Alcantara and leather coatings. The center console (under the Infotainment screen), the steering wheel, seat, door panel, and Gear shifter all feature blue stitches, and there is also a special carbon Trim for the dashboard.
2021 Subaru Levorg Interior
Moving to the living cab, the sports tourer has Power-Adjustable lumbar support for driver seats, 40:20:40 Split-Folding rear seats, improved instrument panels, and interior Trim, and a 7.0-inch touchscreen Infotainment system. As expected, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are shared standard DAB radio, satellite navigation, and Bluetooth connectivity with support for streaming media.
Like Volvo, Japanese cars think very safely. The EyeSight Suite features driver assistance including pre-collision braking, departure warning lines, Adaptive Cruise Control, blind spot Monitoring, and a rearview camera. The front-facing camera comes with a smart rearview mirror.
Subaru Levorg Engine
The Levorg STI with two turbocharged, intercooled, and directly injected machines-1.6-and 2.0-liter units, giving 170 horsepower (125 kilowatts) and 296 HP (218 kW) respectively. Both motors come as standard paired with continuously variable transmission and four-wheel-drive.
2021 Subaru Levorg Price
Prices for models in Japan start at 3,546,000 (about $32,218 at the current exchange rate) with the first shipment scheduled for the end of June this year.
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