A redesigned interior gains a larger infotainment screen and improved seats
There are some changes to the exterior — a sleeker grille shape and enlarged and reshaped cladding over the fenders being the most noticeable — but the biggest design updates are seen inside. Subaru’s latest infotainment system lives on an 11.6-inch vertically oriented touchscreen, similar to what’s found in the WRX. New seats are said to be more supportive and are mounted on rails that reduce vibration. Standard instrumentation includes traditional gauges instead of a digital cluster, but there are fewer physical buttons than before, meaning things like climate and audio control are controlled via the touchscreen. The new Crosstrek is roughly the same size as before, so don’t expect any more room for passengers or their cargo.
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