Competes with: Compact and mid-size SUVs, including the Volkswagen Tiguan, Toyota RAV4, Ford Edge and Hyundai Santa Fe
Looks like: A gently updated version of the current Outback with a few curves and more prominent cladding
Drivetrain: 182-horsepower, 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder or 260-hp, turbocharged 2.4-liter boxer; continuously variable automatic transmission with artificial eight-speed manual mode and paddle shifters; standard all-wheel drive
Hits dealerships: Fall 2019
Subaru continues to have success with its SUV-ish Outback mid-size wagon and apparently decided not to “frighten the horses,” as they say, with obvious radical changes in the otherwise all-new 2020 Outback that is being unveiled at the 2019 New York International Auto Show.