Subaru offers an even more special Outback
WE are unapologetic fans of the Subaru Outback here at Drive, so we feel duty-bound to draw to your attention the arrival of a limited run of just 50 special editions.
The model is called 'Black & Ivory' in recognition of its crystal black silica paintwork and interior trimmed in ivory leather.
The rest of the Outback is as usual, which means to say a roomy and practical estate car body, raised ride height - Subaru claims the Outback was the world's first crossover - and the company's superior symmetrical all-wheel-drive system.
It also benefits from Subaru's excellent EyeSight safety and collision-avoidance system.
Standard equipment includes LED headlamps, 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, power tailgate, active torque vectoring, vehicle dynamics control, rear-view camera, hill descent control and Subaru's Starlink infotainment system and navigation.
The limited run Outback 'Black & Ivory' is priced at £35,545 for the diesel and £33,545 for the petrol.