Subaru has released new details about the VIZIV Performance concept, ahead of its official unveiling at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Billed as a "next-generation sports sedan," the concept resembles a futuristic WRX and features a sporty front bumper with carbon fiber accents. Designers also installed a ram air hood, a prominent grille, and stylish "hawkeye" headlights.
Moving aft of the engine compartment, we can see ventilated carbon fiber fender flares and muscular bodywork. Other highlights include a carbon fiber roof and 20-inch alloy wheels.
At the rear of the car, designers installed an aggressive diffuser and a four-tailpipe exhaust system. There are also LED taillights and a trunk-mounted spoiler.
Overall, the concept measures 4,630mm (182.2 inches) long, 1,950mm (76.7 inches) wide, and 1,430mm (56.3 inches) tall with a wheelbase that spans 2,730mm (107.4 inches).
Technical details remain elusive but the company says the concept has a "high performance" boxer engine that is backed up by a symmetrical all-wheel drive system.
Subaru also notes it is working on advanced driver-assistance systems which are scheduled to be launched around 2020. These have been integrated into the concept and apparently include "further enhancements" to the EyeSight system as well as a "highly accurate" navigation system.
Thanks to Niko from Wheelsage