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After spending a few minutes perusing parts.subaru.com I wrote down some part numbers and prices from the '22 Onyx Edition.
Here's what I have for the exterior so far:

  • Front Grille
    • 91121XC02A
      • $314.60
  • Fog Light Cover
    • 57731XC08A / 57731XC09A
      • $74.82
  • Rear Garnish Moulding (I'm not actually sure if this piece is blacked out but I'm including it anyway since the part number is different than my 2019)
    • 91111XC42A
      • $234.05
  • Black Out Tape (for the tops and sides of the windows...)
    • 90422XC00A / 90422XC01A
      • $3.63
    • 90422XC04A / 90422XC05A
      • $3.43
    • 90422XC02A / 90422XC03A
      • $3.53
    • 90422XC06A / 90422XC07A
      • $2.92
    • 90422XC08A / 90422XC09A
      • $3.22
  • Weather Strip (for the bottom of the front and rear windows)
    • 63511XC02A
      • $10.52
    • 63512XC02A
      • $10.72
  • ASCENT Lettering on trunk
    • 93079XC070
      • $87.90

When you find others and if someone does some research on the interior please add part numbers in the comments below.
Also post pictures if you've done any of these parts swaps on your non-Onyx Ascent! (not diy plastidip or vinyl wrap, but actually swapping the Onyx edition parts)


I did find it interesting the trim around the window is shown as tape. Someone correct me if that's wrong! If that's all it takes its a fairly inexpensive way to get the Onyx look.
 

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After spending a few minutes perusing parts.subaru.com I wrote down some part numbers and prices from the '22 Onyx Edition.
Here's what I have for the exterior so far:

  • Front Grille
    • 91121XC02A
      • $314.60
  • Fog Light Cover
    • 57731XC08A / 57731XC09A
      • $74.82
  • Rear Garnish Moulding (I'm not actually sure if this piece is blacked out but I'm including it anyway since the part number is different than my 2019)
    • 91111XC42A
      • $234.05
  • Black Out Tape (for the tops and sides of the windows...)
    • 90422XC00A / 90422XC01A
      • $3.63
    • 90422XC04A / 90422XC05A
      • $3.43
    • 90422XC02A / 90422XC03A
      • $3.53
    • 90422XC06A / 90422XC07A
      • $2.92
    • 90422XC08A / 90422XC09A
      • $3.22
  • Weather Strip (for the bottom of the front and rear windows)
    • 63511XC02A
      • $10.52
    • 63512XC02A
      • $10.72
  • ASCENT Lettering on trunk
    • 93079XC070
      • $87.90

When you find others and if someone does some research on the interior please add part numbers in the comments below.
Also post pictures if you've done any of these parts swaps on your non-Onyx Ascent! (not diy plastidip or vinyl wrap, but actually swapping the Onyx edition parts)


I did find it interesting the trim around the window is shown as tape. Someone correct me if that's wrong! If that's all it takes its a fairly inexpensive way to get the Onyx look.
Bravo and kudos to you on this research!

You have sped things up for us significantly! Highly appreciated!

I've been keeping a lookout for the Onyx door panel and dash parts, but haven't seen anything as of yet.

I'd really like to get rid of these random ivory pieces soon. If not I may have a buddy work his magic with some legit carbon fiber, but that's another thread 馃槈
 

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Wrapped it all. The top of the window trim is mat and the bottom is gloss. This allows the rack on top to match the windows, as well as the other mat pieces on the pillars. I went with gloss black on the bottom of the window trim to match the gloss on the former lower chrome strip on the door rockers.

So far so good. Nothing has peeled off. The new heat activated vinyl wrap is pretty sturdy and sticky. To be 100% transparent (pun?), I had a friend at a local custom shop do it all for me. Wasn鈥檛 too expensive, and I know I would screw of up. Also the door handle covers are amazing. They are gloss plastic, fit perfectly and were only $24 on Amazon. Also debadged and covered the blue Subie logos with a printed black and silver overlay that I found on line for $12.

The wheels are 19鈥 anthracite gray with machine accents which doesn鈥檛 show up in the pics. I am thinking about having my stock touring wheels painted gloss black to use for running blizacks in the winter.
 

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Wrapped it all. The top of the window trim is mat and the bottom is gloss. This allows the rack on top to match the windows, as well as the other mat pieces on the pillars. I went with gloss black on the bottom of the window trim to match the gloss on the former lower chrome strip on the door rockers.

So far so good. Nothing has peeled off. The new heat activated vinyl wrap is pretty sturdy and sticky. To be 100% transparent (pun?), I had a friend at a local custom shop do it all for me. Wasn鈥檛 too expensive, and I know I would screw of up. Also the door handle covers are amazing. They are gloss plastic, fit perfectly and were only $24 on Amazon. Also debadged and covered the blue Subie logos with a printed black and silver overlay that I found on line for $12.

The wheels are 19鈥 anthracite gray with machine accents which doesn鈥檛 show up in the pics. I am thinking about having my stock touring wheels painted gloss black to use for running blizacks in the winter.
Nice!

A link to those would be appreciated! Also, 2nd on the details on the light bars.
 

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The front fog lights were replaced with something that is really bright. The rear lights were smoked lightly, just for the heck of it. The lower front light is a 30鈥 bar mounted on the lower platform behind the lower air vent. Looks like two lights because of the center post. Had to remove the bumper to fit it in. It鈥檚 wired to a separate switch on the dash. So far (in 20k mi) the blockage created by the light bar hasn鈥檛 caused any issues. I can鈥檛 remember the brand of the light bar however, and I will figure it out and post it. The reason I wanted so much light is I drive the car in and around Yellowstone a fair amount and I have had several close calls with deer, elk, cows and bison at night after a long day. I am also a believer in deer whistles 鈥 have had lots of deer turn and look at me with an expression like 鈥渨hat the heck is that thing?鈥 The pic above is how I ready want the car to look 鈥 covered in road dirt and mud and ready for more.
 

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to add to my initial post:

the rear side windows appear to come with the dark trim installed, not just blackout tape, making blacking out the sides is a bit more expensive

Onyx part numbers:
  • 65209XC04A / 65209XC05A
    • $313.60
 
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If you want to match OEM 100%, you also need to include the Onyx Specific wheels (even though they are just a different color). This could clearly be done more inexpensively by powder coating the standard 20" wheels, but here is the MSRP per wheel if that isn't desired.

Onyx part number:
  • Wheel (Disc 20, 20X7.5J OFF55, Dark, Metallic, Dark, Aluminum)
    • 28111XC07A
      • $421.19
Using OEM parts, this quickly gets fairly expensive. We are currently contemplating keeping / upgrading our 2019 Premium with Sunroof / 20" wheel package, so this is a valid exercise to look at.
 
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If you value the Startex seating material, it looks like the seat covers are also available within the parts system...although the upgrade would get pricey.

Onyx Part Numbers (Front Seats):
  • Seat Cushion Cover (Right, Front, Black)
    • 64140XC14AVH
      • $209.62
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Right, Front, Black)
    • 64150XC20AVH
      • $322.05
  • Headrest (Front, Black)
    • 64061XC02AVH
      • $144.33
  • Seat Cushion Cover (Left, Front, Black)
    • 64140XC15AVH
      • $214.53
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Left, Front, Black)
    • 64150XC21AVH
      • $322.05
 
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If you want to match OEM 100%, you also need to include the Onyx Specific wheels (even though they are just a different color). This could clearly be done more inexpensively by powder coating the standard 20" wheels, but here is the MSRP per wheel if that isn't desired.

Onyx part number:
  • Wheel (Disc 20, 20X7.5J OFF55, Dark, Metallic, Dark, Aluminum)
    • 28111XC07A
      • $421.19
Using OEM parts, this quickly gets fairly expensive. We are currently contemplating keeping / upgrading our 2019 Premium with Sunroof / 20" wheel package, so this is a valid exercise to look at.
My touring had mat black on the vertical portions of the window trim, and a chrome surround top, bottom and sides. I matched the mat black on the top and sides wirh mat black vinyl wrap and put gloss black on the lower window trim. Just a heads up 鈥 appreciate your posts.
 

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Onyx Part Numbers (Captain's Chairs 2nd Row):
  • Seat Cushion Cover (Right, Rear, Black)
    • 64340XC12AVH
      • $271.97
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Right, Rear, Black)
    • 64350XC12AVH
      • $325.42
  • Head Rest Seat. Head Rest SD. (Rear, Black)
    • 64261XC07AVH
      • $106.78
  • Seat Cushion Cover (Left, Rear, Black)
    • 64340XC13AVH
      • $271.97
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Left, Rear, Black)
    • 64350XC13AVH
      • $325.42
I omitted arm rests in this and the 1st row parts lists...
 
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Onyx Part Numbers (3rd Row):
  • Cover Cushion, THIRD Seat. (Right, Black)
    • 64540XC08AVH
      • $142.40
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Right, Black)
    • 64550XC08AVH
      • $173.32
  • Cover Cushion, THIRD Seat. (Left, Black)
    • 64540XC09AVH
      • $142.40
  • Seat Back Cushion Cover (Left, Black)
    • 64550XC09AVH
      • $173.32
 

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The black "carbon" door trim moldings appear to be as below:
  • Door Trim Molding (Right, Front)
    • 94218XC04A
      • $74.03
  • Door Trim Molding (Left, Front)
    • 94218XC05A
      • $74.03
  • Door Trim Molding (Right, Rear)
    • 94228XC04A
      • $74.72
  • Door Trim Molding (Left, Rear)
    • 94228XC05A
      • $74.72

And black "carbon" dash trim moldings appear to be as below:
  • Ornament Panel Passenger. ORN Panel P SIA. (Black)
    • 66077XC02AVH
      • $89.07
  • Ornament Panel Driver
    • 66077XC13A
      • $55.77

These prices may be worth it to get rid of the Ivory "carbon" plastic on the Premium / Base trim levels :)
 

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The black "carbon" door trim moldings appear to be as below:
  • Door Trim Molding (Right, Front)
    • 94218XC04A
      • $74.03
  • Door Trim Molding (Left, Front)
    • 94218XC05A
      • $74.03
  • Door Trim Molding (Right, Rear)
    • 94228XC04A
      • $74.72
  • Door Trim Molding (Left, Rear)
    • 94228XC05A
      • $74.72

And black "carbon" dash trim moldings appear to be as below:
  • Ornament Panel Passenger. ORN Panel P SIA. (Black)
    • 66077XC02AVH
      • $89.07
  • Ornament Panel Driver
    • 66077XC13A
      • $55.77

These prices may be worth it to get rid of the Ivory "carbon" plastic on the Premium / Base trim levels :)
$440 hurts for some plastic trim pieces, but IMO it's probably worth it! I'm subscribing to see if anyone does it first. Wondering how involved the dash parts swap will be? I'll poke around a bit when I do my audio updates (hopefully tomorrow).
 

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Would love to find the lower door trim and headlights, unless the legacy ones would fit
Head lights are below:
  • Lamp Head BLR. (Right)
    • 84002XC02A
      • $688.31
  • Lamp Head BLL. (Left)
    • 84002XC03A
      • $688.31
These are the newer LED SRH, so they may not be a direct plug and play on the older halogen equipped models.
 
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