Subaru Reveals Levorg STI Sport Wagon

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Subaru has finally unveiled the STI version of the Levorg wagon, which does not offer more power, but only a few STI parts combined with a few styling and handling upgrades. Maybe that’s not what we expected, but overall it does not look bad at all.

Subaru Levorg STi

Starting with the exterior, the wagon features STI badging on the front and rear of the car, a new front bumper and grille, chrome exhaust tips, LED fog lamps and dark grey multi-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels. The interior has been revised and now features STI Sport-specific Bordeaux and Black leather seats with STI logos embroidered in the headrests. There’s also dark-red contrast stitching on the console, steering wheel and gear lever plus STI door sill plates.
In terms of performance, the company left the already known engines, the 1.6-liter with 168 horsepower, and the 2.0-liter turbocharged unit with 296 horsepower. Both are paired exclusively to an automatic Lineartronic CVT with all-wheel drive.

Subaru Levorg STi

The Levorg STI Sport Wagon also benefits from uprated springs, a revised steering setup and a specially tuned version of Subaru’s DampMaticII variable damping suspension, for which we can say are the only true performance improvements.
The wagon comes standard with the security package that include the latest Subaru’s EyeSight safety system. It features stereoscopic cameras that monitor the road ahead and offer collision warning, autonomous braking, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control.

The Levorg STI Sport will go on sale this summer in Japan, while its arrival in other markets is unknown at this moment.

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