Subaru is refreshing its Outback crossover for 2018 by adding more premium materials in the interior, new multimedia capabilities including Apple CarPlay, and an available LED headlight system that responds to steering inputs.
The 2018 Outback will make its debut at the New York International Auto Show on April 12, Subaru has announced. The vehicle will arrive this summer.
The available Steering Responsive Headlights (SRH) aim the lights into turns as the driver steers. Outback Limited and Touring models with EyeSight Driver Assist technology will feature High Beam Assist, which automatically turns the high beams on and off depending on traffic conditions.