Outlander Interior

The Outlander has an interior built for both comfort and practicality. Even the longest journeys slip by thanks to generous cabin space and comfortable seating. And it’s packed with enough modern technology to make driving a pleasure.

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Smartphone Link Display Audio System (SDA)

The Smartphone Link Display Audio (SDA) system allows you to seamlessly integrate your device.

Android Auto™: By just connecting your Android™ Smartphone to SDA, you can operate your favourite apps through voice commands, letting you focus on the road for safer driving. Apple CarPlay: Connecting your iPhone to SDA lets you easily operate maps, music, calls, messages and more through Siri. SDA helps you intuitively do what you want on your iPhone, even on the road.

Utility Design

Taking care of the detail

There are two USB charging ports (for both front and rear passengers). You'll find plenty of onboard storage space: a 2-cup holder in the centre console, bottle holders in the door trim and a 12v accessory socket in the cargo area to power up your equipment.

Comfortable Cabin

The soft touch

To increase your comfort and driving pleasure, the console armrest, door trim and steering wheel have been padded and have red contrast double stitching. We've also used sound absorbing material in the cabin to lower engine, road and wind noise.

SPACIOUS CABIN

No one gets left behind

The large rear doors make it easier getting in and out and there’s loads of headroom and legroom. And with seven seats, you can fit in the whole family or a five-a-side football team.

Seats With Lumbar Support

Comfortable on any journey

The new body-hugging front seats not only look sportier, they have improvements such as deeply contoured sides and power lumbar support for the driver. The central cushion area has been made more waterproof, which is great if you've come straight from the beach. And the new rear seats are more comfortable and supportive.

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To learn about all the protective technology on board the OUTLANDER, go to Safety