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The Brand New Subaru XV GT Edition Looks Sleeker And Sportier Than Ever

Experience the XV like never before.


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The Brand New Subaru XV GT Edition Looks Sleeker And Sportier Than Ever
Behind The Wheel

Gotta go fast!


The brand new Subaru XV GT Edition has just launched in Malaysia and it is a lot more sleek and sporty.

It is built with accessories designed by the renowned Masahiko Kobayashi who was the former Chief Designer at Subaru Corporation with over 25 years of experience.

What is special about this edition is the well-made and integrated elements, including a front bumper lip extension with integrated canards, side skirts, roof spoiler and rear bumper extension.

We like it sporty.
The front bumper spoiler.
Not only that, it also comes with a set of 17-inch bespoke alloy rims and boasts of its own carpets and exclusive leather interior, which are inspired by the cabins of high performance grand tourers from Germany and Britain.

A whole set of 17-inch Alloy wheels.Ready, set, go!
Exclusive leather interior.
You can definitely fit a bunch of bags in there.
Other extra items in the XV GT Edition includes a dual side view monitor system for drivers to park and manoeuvre easily, as well as a GT Edition badge.

We love the sleek colour.
Can you keep it shiny all-year long?
Prospective owners would be happy to know that this edition was named the 'Most Exciting New Product' at the Bangkok International Motor Show in March.

Besides that, the Subaru XV GT Edition is exclusively designed just for Asia. So, you can be the firs tin the region to own one!

Do you like it?The sporty crossover.
This special edition comes with a RM130,788 (private registration) and RM130,988 (company registration) price tag, excluding insurance.

If you're interested, head over to the Subaru Petaling Jaya showroom to have a look and feel for the Subaru XV GT Edition from today.

As for the other Subaru showrooms across Malaysia, the car will be available from 16 May onwards.

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