The Subaru Outback's marketing campaign highlights the crossover's traditional adventure-ready selling points but also something the automaker hopes to be a new pitch — the model's interior.
Redesigned for 2020, the Outback's most noticeable new feature is an 11.6-inch tablet-style touch-screen infotainment system on all but its base trim. The layout, a first for the brand, signaled a stark design change from the outgoing model, which had either a 6.5- or 8-inch infotainment screen.
Subaru bolstered the rest of the cabin with more premium materials throughout, including sound-insulating inner film for the windshield and front-door glass.
Other available creature comforts include nappa leather seats, ventilated front seats and a heated steering wheel.
One new trim, the Onyx Edition XT, has a gray, two-tone interior with water-repellent seat material, a nod to Subaru owners who bring some of the outdoors inside with them.