The least costly Levorg is the 1.6 GT, which comes with cloth-covered seats, a 6.2-inch central touchscreen, 17-inch wheels, the less powerful engine, and the equipment in all Levorgs.
Spending more gets you a Levorg 1.6 GT Premium, which has the same engine but brings you suspension from specialist Bilstein, 18-inch wheels with wider tyres (for more grip), and more luxury and driver assistance.
The 1.6 GT Premium comes with leather trim on the seats, heating for both front seats, and powered adjustment, with a memory, for the driver’s seat. The central touchscreen is bigger at 7.0-inches, and it displays satellite navigation. There is a power-opening sunroof. Headlights dip automatically for oncoming drivers. And you get an additional suite of sensory driver aids that Subaru calls Vision Assist, comprising lane-change assist, blind-spot monitor, rear cross-traffic alert, side-view monitor, and front-view monitor.
Spending more again on a Levorg 2.0 GT-S brings you the Bilstein suspension, bigger wheels, and other equipment from the 1.6 GT Premium but swaps the smaller engine for the much stronger 2.0-litre unit.
Finally, spending as much as possible on a Levorg will get you a 2.0 STI Sport, which trims the seats in maroon leather and adds a range of race-themed aesthetic touches from Subaru’s race department, Subaru Tecnica International (STI). The 2.0 STI Sport also runs a different suspension tune: Subaru points to pink-coloured springs from STI, and suggests damping and mounts have been firmed up to match.