The wagon version of the Subaru WRX will perhaps not coming to the U.S. in the near future.

While we just get a sedan variant of the Subaru WRX in the U.S., Japan is one step ahead and has a wagon variant to oblige, which is called the Levorg. The Subaru Levorg is going to get a major update, as well, since the manufacture prodded another generation for the Tokyo Motor Show.

According to the teaser trailer, the new Levorg's styling will be transformative. The different creases at the edge have more curve to them to underline the bulging fenders. The lines likewise appear to be like those of the Subaru Viziv Tourer idea that appeared at the Geneva Motor Show a year ago, which was supplanted by hatchback variation.

The current Subaru Levorg is offered with either a 1.6-liter turbocharged flat-four or the WRX's turbocharged 2.0-liter motor. We wouldn't be astounded if those motors extend to the new model with some minor changes. So, the present model additionally just accompanies a CVT, which will presumably keep on being the main transmission choice. We would be even more frustrated by that if the Levorg got any opportunity of coming to America.

All things considered, if any Subaru product planners are perusing, the Levorg may sell well here if it was given a little suspension lift and fender flares. Consider it the Crosstrek+ or Crosstrek XL or something to that effect since Subaru guarantees this is an on-road comfort, joined with rough-road abilities and tough styling. It's an alluring mix for the gutsy family. Additionally, the turbo 1.6-liter would be a decent redesign over the normally aspirated 2.0-liter motor. Also, there are likely some old WRX hatchback fans who might love the turbo 2.0-liter Levorg, specified that a manual is available.