The fact that people can buy outback with a turbo engine for the first time in years may be enough to affect some car buyers, but that may not be the most important thing here. Subaru has confirmed that all versions of the Outback 2020 will be equipped with the automaker's EyeSight driver assistance system. This means there is a pair of street cameras on both sides of the rearview mirror that constantly monitor the road in front of you to optimize cruise control and automatically apply the brakes as the worst happens.
It probably does not help you keep the EyeSight alive, it's worth noting that Subaru has taken a surprisingly big step forward with its infotainment system this year. Outback's 8-inch (8-inch) diagonal touch screen displays were functional on the 201
This year, however, Subaru made an 11.6-inch standard for vertical touch panel All Outback models save the most essential. Playing around with podcasts and saved songs on your phone via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto makes this much easier. And speaking of Subaru – a company that seems to be persistent because of its folksy charm as well as technical ingenuity – it comes as no surprise that an app called Chimani can be run on the big screen, with which you can read all 417 of them can the national parks of the country. Granted, this app partnership is nothing new, but just tell me that this is not the Subaru thing this touchscreen could be used for.