At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Subaru unveiled the VIZIV. A concept designed to preview a next-generation crossover that represents the design direction Subaru will be following in the future. The name “VIZIV” is derived from the phrase “Vision for Innovation”.
In terms of style the Subaru VIZIV isn’t ground breaking, but it is quite a sharp looking concept nonetheless. It’s sporty yet rugged in appearance, and with just a single door on either side there’s very little to interrupt the car’s smooth lines. It also has quite a low roofline which accentuates its powerful appearance and gives it a coupe-like profile. Continue reading ‘Subaru VIZIV Concept’ »
At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show next month, Subaru will be bringing an all-new concept car to the event. The Subaru VIZIV concept, whose name comes from the phrase ‘Vision for Innovation’, is a futuristic crossover which Subaru say represents their values of “enjoyment and peace of mind”. Whatever that means.
After Toyota unveiled the production version of their FT-86, GT 86, (86 in Japan) or whatever else they want to call it, it was inevitable that Subaru would quickly follow suit and unveil the production version of the BRZ – their half of the joint Toyota-Subaru project.
Subaru had only recently revealed the pre-production concept version of the BRZ – while Toyota has been teasing their car for a couple of years now. Both cars are more or less identical apart from a few minor body details, the name and the badges. Both cars are powered by a Subaru-engineered 2.0 litre horizontally opposed four cylinder, and neither car has the edge in terms of power or torque output. Continue reading ‘2012 Subaru BRZ’ »
The 2011 Subaru Advanced Tourer Concept was a C-segment car which was developed as a new-generation sports-wagon which offers both performance and utility.
Subaru says the car’s exterior styling is designed to reflect the company’s tagline of “Confidence in Motion”. It does this by featuring a number of bold styling cues; ranging from the large hexagonal grille up front, to the pronounced wheel arches down the sides, and the Le Mans-worthy air diffuser at the rear. Continue reading ‘Subaru Advanced Tourer Concept’ »
The Toyota side of the joint-effort Toyota-Subaru coupe project has been previewed a couple of different times now in the form of the FT-86 and the FT-86 II concepts. But this is the first time Subaru has shown off their plans for the car in any detail. The Subaru BRZ Concept features the same dimensions and proportions as the Toyota, and even some of the sheet metal looks like it could quite happily be swapped between the two cars.
Thankfully the Subaru BRZ Concept isn’t afflicted with the same ugly features as every other Subaru currently on sale. Up front there’s a nice big grille, sharp looking splitter, and tidy daytime running lights. The sides are clean and uncluttered, and at the rear there’s a purposeful looking spoiler, prominent air diffuser and two pairs of polished stainless-steel exhausts. Continue reading ‘Subaru BRZ Concept’ »