Subaru introduced the charged wagon Levorg STI SportMay 8, 2019
According to official data, the start of sales of a special publication in Japan is scheduled for June this year. Levorg STI Sport prices in Japan start at $ 32,218.
Subaru is already working on the next-generation Levorg station wagon, but the company is not yet ready to abandon the current version of the model. Presented in 2014, the Levorg model receives an update in Japan, which shows the version with the STI prefix.
At the moment, Levorg STI Sport Black Selection is limited only to the Japanese market, and we expect that it will not go beyond its limits until the end of the life cycle of the current generation of the model.
So, a special version of the station wagon received a set of 18-inch lacquered black wheels with 225/45 tires. The only other noticeable external change is the black trim on the side mirror caps with integrated lighting. Despite the fact that these modifications are very minor, they make the sport wagon more aggressive.
More important changes are taking place in the cabin, where standard front seats are replaced by Recaro seats with a combination of Alcantara and leather upholstery. The center console (under the infotainment screen), the steering wheel, the seats, the door panels and the gear selector have a blue line, as well as a special carbon finish for the instrument panel.
The Levorg STI Sport will be available with two turbocharged engines with intermediate cooling and direct fuel injection. Their working volume is 1.6 and 2.0 liters, and power is 170 and 296 hp respectively. Both engines are equipped with a continuously variable transmission and all-wheel drive.
Prices for Levorg STI Sport in Japan start at $ 32,218 and the first deliveries are scheduled for the end of June of this year.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the company Subaru has released a 4 millionth car.
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