The Subaru Forester - The Design

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

The Subaru Forester shuns neither road nor terrain: Longer and wider, but also flatter than its predecessor, the SUV presents itself more dynamically than ever, without neglecting its all-wheel drive virtues. Robust elements such as the increased ground clearance of 220 millimeters, the silver underride guard and the muscularly flared wheel arches inspire a sense of adventure. The redesigned, three-dimensional front end is dominated by the brand-typical hexagonal radiator grille with chrome clasp, which is flanked by LED headlights as standard. Reminiscent of eagle eyes, the lights feature dynamic cornering lights, LED high beams and C-shaped LED daytime running lights, and together with the low-positioned LED fog lights, also standard, give the Forester an unmistakable appearance at night and in fog. Despite the sharpened design, the classic SUV remains functional: a good example of this is the active grille flaps, which reduce drag when closed, resulting in faster engine warm-up, reduced friction and lower fuel consumption. If engine temperature and cooling requirements increase, the air intake opens.


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