Engadgestore, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Subaru Navigation Systems (SNS) feature of the car’s navigation system, which is now part of the Subaru Outback, will be coming to the Subaru Crosstrek and the Outback Sportback later this year.
The feature is already available on the Outbacks, with the latest Outback coming with the Navigation System as a separate product.
The new navigation system allows you to easily navigate from the front seat, as well as from the passenger seat.
You can use it to navigate from one seat to the other, as you would with other car navigation systems.
You have to press and hold the ‘forward’ and ‘reverse’ buttons to navigate between them, and you can turn off or switch on the navigation system while driving.
This feature was originally announced in October 2017, but Subaru hasn’t announced a timeframe yet.
The company says it will be available on all of the 2019 Subaru Crosstros and the Crosstreks models starting in 2019.
Subaru is also looking to add the feature to other cars, as we reported back in June.
The company said that it will bring the new navigation to the 2017 and 2018 Subaru Outbacks and the 2017 Subaru Crossteers.
It will also be available to all the 2018 and 2019 Outback models.
In addition, Subaru says it is working with the automotive industry to develop the new technology into a fully integrated navigation system that will be ready for mass production by the end of 2020.
The navigation system will include an integrated audio system, as opposed to the current system that relies on a stereo system.
It is expected that it’ll include a full digital infotainment system, too.
The Navigation System is currently available on select models in the U.S. and Canada, and the product will also come to select markets in Europe, Asia, and Australia.
In 2018, Subaru unveiled the Subaru Navigation Navigation System with an optional Subaru Outlander Sportback, a luxury sedan that also features a Navigation System.
The Navigation System has also been available in the Outlander and Outlander R models.