The front-wheel drive wagon range is offered with a turbo-diesel and three turbocharged gasoline engines. The 1.9L four-cylinder diesel engine, with common-rail direct-injection technology, is fitted with a maintenance-free particulate filter and delivers 150hp (110kW). The range of gasoline engines includes two 2.0L four-cylinder versions delivering 175hp/129kW and 210hp/154kW respectively, as well as a larger 2.8L V6 with a twin-scroll turbocharger bolted on and 255hp (188kW) on tap.
The chassis design features MacPherson struts in the front and a four-link set-up at the rear, while some models also feature a dynamic Sport Mode function that provides faster gear-shifts. Interested buyers will have to wait because the first models aren’t expected to hit showrooms until the fourth quarter of this year.