And from here: http://www.subaru.ca/WebPage.aspx?We...ebSiteID=282#1
For instant, seamless response to changing conditions, Outback 2.5i models are available with the new LineartronicT CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). This production-car first - a CVT longitudinally paired with AWD that uses a chain instead of a belt - allows for a near infinite selection of gear ratios, keeping the engine in the most favourable rpm range at all times. This advanced transmission is mated to a multi-plate transfer clutch AWD system that maintains a 60/40 torque split (front/rear) for more predictable handling and automatically adjusts up to 50/50 split under hard acceleration or when conditions warrant. The Lineartronic CVTT is also specifically tuned to provide a more natural feel than other designs for instant response on demand with minimal application of the accelerator pedal. Paddle shifters also provide a 6-step manual mode for quick response on demand.
Although it's on the OB page.