New 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition – it is likely that Subaru will introduce a tougher and more outdoor “Wilderness” trim from Outback, Forester, and Crosstrek, the Outback-shaped Trials have now been seen shaking the factory lifts high. With some reliable reports for what is very likely to be the 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness.
Wilderness also means faint trim for exteriors, LED fog lights, and special badging to bring home the point. Based on this list of unconfirmed improvements to the standard model, packages should not cost an arm and a leg.
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition
No more than $2,000 would be my estimate, and Subaru would be better off not exceeding that figure unless it wants Ford Motor Company to steal customers with Bronco Sport and Bronco.
Essentially an outback that has been made more futuristic, the higher five-door Subaru seen here seems to feature smaller wheels that are processed with all-terrain tires.
It also seems to be getting a different grille from the Outback that we know of now, fog lights that have been shifted into the ship, and fender flares that are a little more aggressive. It is also reasonable to expect this Subaru Wilderness edition to get a tour suspension as well as higher.
The Wilderness package will feature some improved suspension, as the test car in this spy photo looks much higher than the standard 8.7-inch Outback ground clearance.
The package will also include a set of black six-wheeled talk that tends to wear more off-road capable rubber than what is shown here, although that is uncertain. In addition to off-road equipment, Wilderness-equipped cars will add LED fog lights and should have faint trim and possibly brightly colored accents and badging.
Subaru Outback Wilderness Engine
speaking of engine options, don’t expect anything to change under the hood. Similar to the Legacy sedan, the outback all-road wagon is equipped with several four-cylinder boxers.
The free-breathing motor, 2.5 liters, belts out 182 horsepower and 176 pound-feet (239 Nm) of torque on regular gasoline, which is somewhat underwhelming for mid-size cars.
Step up to the 2.4-liter turbo introduced by the Ascent mid-size crossover with seating for seven people, and you see 260 horsepower and 277 pound-feet (376 Nm) of torque. Regardless of your choice, both four-pot factories are matched with the Lineartronic CVT and Symmetrical full-time AWD.
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition Interior
This being a Subaru, it is obviously safe to bet that its piston will move horizontally and the drive of all symmetrical wheels will become standard. Also, expect it to be very practical and strangely popular in Portland.
If the leakage of the product line from Subaru is accurate, wilderness specifications from the smaller Crosstrek and Forester crossovers should also be in the pipeline. This Outback version to go down is sometimes closer to or during the second half of 2021 alongside wilderness edition forester.
The wilder Crosstrek, meanwhile, seems to be arriving with the next-generation version of the car and, therefore, a little further, is said to be down early 2023 alongside the upcoming new Impreza.
For Crosstrek and Forester, who are supposed to get the Wilderness Pack by the end of the year, your options range from a 2.0 boxer to a 2.5 liter without forced induction.
The Crosstrek is also available as a plug-in hybrid with zero-emission technology borrowed from Toyota, which provides the EPA’s estimated electric range of 17 miles (27 kilometers).
2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness Edition Features
Rugged Exterior Setup
The Outback Wilderness is ready for a real off-road adventure with sturdy exterior cladding in dark trim and Anodized Copper coating accents, offering extra protection around wheel holes and lower impact zones.
9.5-Inch Free-to-Land Range with Front Skid Plate, Enhanced Angle, and Enhanced X-MODE
9.5 inches of ground clearance, bringing Wilderness Outback to more challenging terrain. The front and rear bumpers have been redesigned to increase approach, break-over, and departure angles, allowing them to easily overcome significant obstacles.
The dual-function X-MODE has also been upgraded and resets, with heavy snow, sand, and mud settings allowing additional wheel slips to be empowered through unfavorable conditions.
Standard Direct Injection SUBARU BOXER Engine with Turbocharger and Re-Gear
The Wilderness Outback is equipped with a standard 260 horsepower direct-injection turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine that delivers 277 pound-feet of torque and a 3,500-pound crane capacity.
The drive system has re-tuned gears with a revised front and rear gear ratio to improve ascent at low speeds – up to a 40 percent climb. All of them support the standard symmetrical all-wheel drive, which has a proven footprint and makes Outback Wilderness the most capable Subaru.
New Off-Road Wheels with All-Terrain Tires and Full-Size Reserves
The new standard 17-inch matte-black alloy wheels off-road and all-terrain Yokohama GEOLANDAR ® tires provide improved performance in all kinds of conditions – from mud, snow, and gravel to rocks and stones. Full-size reserves are hidden under the cargo area for extra peace of mind as you exit on the footpath.
Anti Glare Hood Design
The Outback Wilderness makes choosing your path a little easier with a unique matte black hood sticker to help reduce glare on the road.
LED Fog Lights and Front and Rear Crane Points
Sturdy LED fog lights illuminate the obstacles in front and are installed in attractive hexagon houses. Standard front and rear crane points with Anodized Copper plated covers combine practical functionality and stylish design.
Redesigned Roof Rails
The redesigned roof rails come with Copper Anodized plated accents and can support the roof tent’s weight, so you can quickly turn the Wilderness Outback into a comfortable expedition basecamp.
Exclusive Interior Styling
The interior features high-quality materials with Copper Anodized plated accents, trims, and contrast stitching for a premium look and feel exclusive to wilderness outbacks.
LED Cargo Lights
Every aspect of the Wilderness Outback is designed for off-the-grid adventures, right down to the LED cargo lights at the back gate, which lets you find gear after sunset.
Reset Standard EyeSight Driver Assistance Technology
Standard EyeSight Driver Assistance technology and other safety features in the Outback Wilderness have been readjusted by Subaru engineers to match the increased altitude and extensive upgrades.
Textured StarTex Coatings
The Wilderness Outback isn’t just rough on the outside. The cab is protected with a durable StarTex waterproof coating with a textured honeycomb design.
SUBARU STARLINK ® Multimedia with 11.6-inch Touchscreen
Wilderness Outback cabins are packed with technological advancements. Its stunning center is the standard high-resolution 11.6-inch touchscreen, which provides easy and intuitive access to the apps, entertainment, and navigation available on the STARLINK Multimedia system with Apple CarPlay integration ® and Android Auto ™.