According to the latest news from the Japanese media, the Forester, Subaru’s leading mid-size SUV, has received a major facelift.
Subaru’s EyeSight active safety system has been well received in the past and is now expected to be incorporated into the new Levorg’s EyeSight X system in the revised Forester. The AEB system detects vehicles, pedestrians, and cyclists, and brakes more quickly when cornering or reversing, and with high-precision GPS and improved mapping data, the Level 2 driver assistance system is optimized for cornering and lane changes and automatically reduces speed in advance, depending on the situation.
An automatic parking system and an emergency rescue system are also on the list, especially if the emergency rescue system detects a car accident and can automatically call the police and fire services for help.
The interior of this mobil Subaru is rumored to feature a 12.3″ digital instrument and an 11.8″ central touch screen, similar to the new Levorg, with a human-machine interface that is closer to that of a smartphone, making it easier for everyone to use.
The interior is rumored to feature a 12.3″ full digital instrument and an 11.8″ central touchscreen, similar to the new Levorg. In terms of power, although it is not certain whether the current conventional fuel engine will continue to be used, the Japanese media has mentioned that the e-Boxer will be combined with Toyota’s THS system to deliver even better energy efficiency, and the new car is expected to debut in February 2024. Although it is not certain whether the current conventional fuel engine will continue to be used, the Japanese media mentioned that the e-Boxer will be combined with Toyota’s THS system.