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Subaru B9 Scrambler concept

Subaru B9 Scrambler concept

Subaru B9 Scrambler concept
Make Subaru
Model B9 Scrambler
Concept year 2003
Production year -
Engine 2.0 litre 4 cyl Hybrid

The Subaru B9 Scrambler concept was first shown at the 2003 Tokyo Motorshow. The B9 Scrambler is a environmentally friendly roadster powered by an electric motor with a 2.0-liter SOHC flat-four conventional internal combustion engine kicking in when extra power is needed. The engine also as a generator for the batteries.

In true Subaru fashion the B9 Scrambler is an all wheel drive concept, additionally the cars ride height can be altered through adjustable, self-leveling air suspension.

The B9's name and front-end design are influenced by Subaru's aircraft heritage. The front end of the Scrambler takes on the appearance of a cross section an airliner with a central jet intake and wings.

A sensible feature on the B9 Scrambler are dent and scratch resistant lower panels clearly identified by the two tone paint work , while the unusual bronze tinted windscreen sets off the metallic blue main body color.

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