We all love and miss the Subaru Baja. A rally-ready truck with tons of speed and just the right amount of weird for our Subaru-centric selves. This truck seemed like it was just what the world needed back in the 2000s! From 2003-2006, this Outback turned truck crossover jumped on the scene but failed to make a true splash in the automotive industry. However, in the past 16 years the Baja has garnered a cult following, and that following could even be forcing Subaru’s hand into making a 2023 model! Until that happens, we brainstormed the new Baja with some features that are needed in an updated version.
Remember the bed seats in the Subaru Brat? You can find them in our reimagined Subaru Baja. They offer the durability of outdoor seating with the comfort of the cockpit. These seats offer the ultimate versatility, turning everywhere you go into the beach.
With an elevated ground clearance of 9.5 inches and a standard front skid plate, you could take the Baja into rougher terrain. The front and rear bumpers have been designed for improved approach and departure angles so you can easily clear larger obstacles.
With enough room for 5 passengers, generous rear leg room, and a flat floor, the 2023 Baja would give you the airy, open feel of a much larger vehicle. Available StarTex-trimmed upholstery and high-quality, soft-touch materials throughout create a cabin that’s both modern and full of convenient, comfortable features.
The reinforced roof rails are set off with Anodized Copper-finish accents and would able to support the weight of a rooftop tent so you can quickly turn the Baja into your comfortable expedition basecamp.
The 2023 Baja would feature a standard STARLINK Multimedia system with an 11.6-inch touchscreen plus wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration, Wireless Bluetooth® pairing and hands-free smartphone operation allowing for safe and easy connection to your favorite apps and content.
The dual-function X-MODE is upgraded and re-tuned, with settings for snow, dirt, deep snow, and mud that allow additional wheel slip to power through adverse conditions.
Get a clearer view of obstacles on the trail ahead with the standard 180-Degree Front-View Monitor.