Posted Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 10:17pm
Subaru has sold some 2.5 million of its toughened-up Outback station wagon/SUVs globally since 1994, and the brand’s most well-known model has become more capable with each subsequent redesign. But according to some of Subaru’s customers, as good as the current, sixth-gen Outback is for on-road commuting and light off-roading, it could be tougher still.
The company agreed and set to work on a new variant called the Outback Wilderness. The trick, of course, would be for the new model to offer more capability on dirt and rocks without sacrificing comfort and daily-use practicality.