G first of all: the Crossover 7 is intended exclusively for the Japanese market The seven-seater study at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013 largely anticipated what the Japanese extended family can expect from the Crossover 7. The Crossover 7 follows the typical Subaru lines, but is even higher than its siblings.
Subaru Crossover 7 with variable seating landscape
This creates three rows of seats and 7 seats in the interior. Row two and three can be completely folded down. If you want, you can also fold down the seat backs in the first row and create a veritable sleeping landscape. Almost any usage requirement can be met with folding and flipping.
When it comes to drive, Subaru is quite inflexible. The only unit offered is a 2.5-liter boxer gasoline engine, which is coupled with a CVT transmission and the brand-typical all-wheel drive. Performance data have not yet been announced.
The Subaru Crossover 7 is slated to hit the Japanese market in May. If Subaru has its way, around 600 buyers should be found for the seven-seater every month. The prices start at the equivalent of just over 20,000 euros.