More than cosmetic, the Subaru Outback Wilderness brings legit hardware: a lifted suspension that provides 9.5 inches of ground clearance, a front skid plate, revised bodywork to increase approach and departure angles, and Yokohama Geolandar A/T G015 tires. Those all-terrain tires sport raised white letters, a feature scientifically proven to increase both off-road prowess and the odds that fellow motorists will ask for your CB handle. Under the hood, a 260-hp turbocharged 2.4-liter flat-four is standard equipment, and low-speed trail pickin’ is facilitated by a shorter final-drive ratio: 4.44:1.
Subaru Outback Wilderness Is Awesome
Of course, there’s a huge torque in electric motors. The Porsche 911 Turbo S is also an example of internal combustion that should not be taken lightly. This comes with the Sport drive mode. A sport response button is able to bring the rpm all the way up to about 5000. Keep all items loose and release the brake because it can push the driver to new speeds. Would you allow the front tires to go to 30 miles per hour? Because you can push them perfectly to about 30 mph at only 0.8 seconds. No car can move that fast. That includes a Tesla Model S Plaid with about 1,020 horsepower.
It’s super-safe too!
The European New Car Assessment Program or NCAP’s latest assessment protocol no longer awards top-five rating stars if driving assistance systems do not significantly contribute to avoiding accidents or at least reducing the severity of an accident. Subaru’s EyeSight driver-assist safety technology in the Outback achieved the highest scores (95 percent) across all vehicle classes and the best mark ever for a Subaru vehicle.