2015 Subaru Levorg Sports Tourer
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European spec Subaru Levorg will be unveiled in Geneva

Subaru’s new hot Levorg wagon is headed for Europe and will make its debut in Geneva.
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The new Subaru Levorg launched in Japan in June of last year and is now making its way to Europe. The new European spec model will be exhibited for the first time at the Geneva International Motor Show before its European launch later this year.

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The new sports tourer is launching in the UK and will be in dealer showrooms this fall. The sports wagon has been a big hit in its home country and should be a favorite with UK buyers who like their sports wagons. Performance fans in the U.S. can only look and not touch.

Levorg European specs

Subaru launched Levorg in Japan with two models and Subaru has not said if Europe will get both models. The standard Levorg sports tourer is available along with the new sportier performance model LEVORG 2.0 GT-S. Europe will get the standard model that comes with a 1.6-liter horizontally-opposed direct injection turbo "DIT" Engine. The new smaller 1.6-liter engine produces an impressive 125kW (168 hp) and 250Nm (184 lb. ft torque).

Hot 296 hp 2.0 GT-S

It's not been confirmed if Europe will get the Levorg 2.0 GT-S that's powered by Subaru’s new 2.0-liter Boxer engine that made its debut in the 2014 Forester XT and now in the 2015 WRX and WRX STI Type S. The 2.0 engine is a boxer direct injection turbocharged "DIT" engine. Subaru announced the Levorg’s 2.0-liter engine would produce 221kW (296 hp) and torque that reaches 400N (295 lb. ft).

The new European spec. 2015 Subaru Levorg sports tourer will be unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show that runs March 5-15. The Sports tourer will make its dealer launch in the UK this fall. The Japanese automaker has no plans to bring the sporty wagon to the U.S. market. Performance fans will not see Levorg at the Chicago Auto Show later this month.


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