Levorg Design

The spiritual successor to the much missed Legacy GT wagon, Levorg’s sports wagon exterior dimensions cleverly clothe a spacious cabin in which classy trim and leading-edge technology combine to produce a classic Subaru All Wheel Drive experience.

Sophistication in spades 

The Levorg’s finely chiselled face achieves a sharp and sporty style, with the air scoop hinting at its turbocharged power within. While the flowing, frontal design incorporates the classic Subaru motifs; The hexagonal grille. The hawk eye LED headlights.

If there can be no form without function, Subaru Levorg delivers in spades. Enjoy the feel of a front bumper designed to optimise aerodynamic performance, with sporty side sills that enhance the visual appeal. While clever door mounted wing mirrors reduce your blind spots and decrease annoying wind noise, making for a smoother drive.

Sophistication is delivered in the rear spoiler, matt-black rear diffuser, colour-coded shark-fin antenna and stylish chrome-look accents on the front indicators and fog lights.


Luxurious touches

This is certainly no ordinary wagon, with luxury touches everywhere you look in the all-new Subaru Levorg. 

Sporty leather front seats with blue stitching in the Levorg 2.0 GT-S underline our thirst for fun, and backseat passengers will enjoy generous knee space, thanks to an inverse shape carved into the backs of the front seats for extra leg room.
The high quality interior is reflected in metallic and high gloss black trim cabin highlights. This is married with soft-touch interior trim throughout the cabin, for a more sophisticated feel.

With heated front seats, 60/40 split folding rear seats and 8-way power adjustable driver's seat, the Levorg takes comfort and luxury to the next level. 

Space to stretch out

Pack more into your life with Subaru Levorg. It may have a sporty low stance, but don’t let that fool you. The generous cabin space inside the Levorg is not compromised one bit.  
While the model is low-slung on the outside, from the wheels to its width, this car is crafted to maximise space, particularly in the rear seats.  
The power window system is even positioned in the lower part of the door, for more shoulder and elbow space.