Subaru xv gets interior upgrade and re-tuned chassis
• XV gets higher quality interior in line with new models
• Major re-tuning of chassis improves ride and handling
• NVH measures for more refinement
• New touchscreen infotainment with voice control and navigation
Subaru UK has announced a raft of modifications and upgrades to the interior and chassis of its XV compact crossover. The interior changes result in further significant improvements to cabin refinement and ambience.
Boasting the lowest centre of gravity in the compact crossover class – and the highest ground clearance – changes to the car’s suspension have been designed to result in a smoother, more compliant ride but without sacrificing any of the stability that the XV is renowned for.
Among the most important changes to the upgraded XV is a revised interior, which now features improved materials and an all-new touchscreen infotainment and navigation system.
The interior design now has a higher- quality look and feel thanks to the adoption of an all new instrument binnacle and new metallic and piano black accents throughout the cabin for the central console, dashboard and steering wheel switchgear and arm rests.
Subaru is pleased to announce that the all-new Subaru XV will make its global debut at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show to be held in Switzerland on March 7-19, 2017.
Fitted with Subaru’s renowned Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system, XV is a compact SUV with a personality packed exterior.
The all-new Subaru XV will be unveiled at the press conference scheduled for 11am (Central European Time) on March 7 at Subaru booth following a speech by FHI President and CEO, Yasuyuki Yoshinaga.