An earlier version of this story referred to the Base and Premium trims being powered by an inline-boxer engine.
CHICAGO — When it arrives in U.S. showrooms this year, the redesigned 2024 Subaru Crosstrek will sport a number of new technologies, some improved driving dynamics, different styling and, at least for some models, a VIN indicating it was built in the U.S.
The Crosstrek was Subaru's top-selling nameplate in the U.S. in 2022, with 155,142 vehicles, a 22 percent increase over the previous year. The third-generation subcompact crossover, making its U.S. debut at this week's Chicago Auto Show, seeks to improve on the styling and handling that made it popular. It ups the ante with a standard driver-assistance package, an available 11.6-inch infotainment screen and a starting price that's the same as the 2023 Crosstrek with the same automatic transmission.