2019 Subaru XV SUV Concept Redesign
The long-awaited premiere for fans of the Japanese brand was the updated Subaru XV 2019, presented at the Geneva Motor Show. The show in Geneva was intended only for the European audience. In April this year, the world presentation of the car in NY.
At first glance, the changes in the exterior of the car are minimal. However, the manufacturers claim that the crossover body was assembled anew. It is made of more durable alloys, providing the maximum level of safety for its passengers. The front of the body received updated headlights, complemented by stylish daytime running lights, as well as a laconic grille and a slightly modernized bumper. The rear parking lights also received a slightly modified form.
The salon of the updated crossover also did not receive significant changes, but became more modern due to the increased display of the multimedia system. The car also received an updated form of the steering wheel and an upgraded instrument panel with a full-color display of the onboard computer. Due to the increase in wheelbase, the car has received an increased space for the feet of the rear passengers.
The new car is built on a new global platform with a completely independent suspension system. The front is set McPherson struts, rear – multi-link mechanism. The suspension has more rigid fastening elements, the rear stabilizer is fixed directly to the body. The suspension settings have been changed to achieve the best handling at high speeds.
Official confirmation of the engine was not, but we expect that this will be a 2-liter engine that develops 150 horsepower. But it is known that the new car9 with all-wheel drive and clinched variator, from the mechanical gearbox decided to abandon. According to experts, the car deserves a price of about 33.000 dollars.
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