Subaru Outback Sport Hatchback with SOHC and AWD replaces all-wheel drive

By Ryan Hagerstrom and Alex SpeierPublished Dec 05, 2017 09:23:47The Subaru Outbacks have long been known for their fun-loving drivetrains.

And that has been one of the best selling vehicles in the US.

Now the Outback is getting a new way to drive, and a new drivetrain.

The new Outback sport coupe will be equipped with all-new Subaru SOHCA 3.0L inline-six that uses a six-speed manual gearbox.

This is the first Subaru Outbreed to use an all-aluminum turbocharged engine, which Subaru says will deliver more than 300hp.

It is the same engine used in the Crosstrek.

The Outback sports coupe is expected to start in late 2019 or early 2020.

It will be available with a 5.7L turbocharged V8 and a 6.2L twin-turbo V8 that will deliver an estimated 521hp and 420 lb-ft of torque.

It will have a four-wheel-drive setup and a six speed automatic transmission.

The SOHCO engine will be paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission that will allow the coupe to hit 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.

That’s faster than the previous Subaru Outrunners that hit 60 in 3.9 seconds or less.

The 6.4L turbo that powers the turbocharged engines will also deliver up to 600hp and 440 lb-hp.

The Outback coupe also comes with a 3.6L turbocharger, which is rated at 400 horsepower.

The 5.2-liter engine is a six cylinder that produces between 600 and 700 horsepower.

The engine also gets the automatic-transmission capability.

The manual gear will also get automatic transmission and automatic transmission with paddle shifters.

The coupe can go from 0 to 60 mph a blistering 6.5sec.

It gets a top speed of 188 mph and can reach a top top speed in the quarter mile of around 118 mph.

The sedan version will go from 60 to 100 mph in 3 sec.

The hybrid version will also hit 60mph in 3 seconds, but it can reach 100 mph from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds.

The all-electric coupe comes with an EPA-estimated range of 207 miles and a claimed EPA rating of 31 mpg.

It has a range of 310 miles on the highway, with a claimed top speed and combined EPA-rated rating of 30 mpg, according to the company.

In a world where electric vehicles are expected to take off in the coming years, Subaru will make the biggest step yet toward achieving that goal.

That could be in 2019 or 2020.