World premiere of Subaru VIZIV Tourer Concept at Geneva International Motor Show
Subaru Corporation has unveiled the Subaru VIZIV* Tourer Concept at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show, today.
Since the debut of the Subaru VIZIV Concept in 2013, Subaru has produced a series of themed concept models embodying the brand’s vision for the future - of making cars that deliver Enjoyment and Peace of Mind to its customers.
Designed on a tourer theme, the Subaru VIZIV Tourer Concept unites Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive layout - powered by a boxer engine - with Subaru’s wealth of driving performance expertise, practicality and safety, to deliver new value in a tourer form.
Anticipating the future popularity of automated driving technologies, advanced driver-assist functions combining the next-generation EyeSight system with other devices have been installed in the car to reduce driver fatigue on long journeys.
The VIZIV Concept models advance Subaru’s design and development principles, as the company continues to make cars that deliver Enjoyment and Peace of Mind.
* The name VIZIV has been coined from the phrase “Vision for Innovation”
Main specifications of Subaru VIZIV Tourer Concept
Body size (overall length × width × height): 4,775 × 1,930 × 1,435 mm
Wheelbase: 2,730 mm
Tyre size: 245/40 R20
Seating capacity: 4
Evoking successive generations of Subaru touring wagon models that have combined superior driving with practicality, the Subaru VIZIV Tourer Concept has been designed based on Subaru’s shared “Dynamic x Solid” design philosophy.
The hexagonal grille is the starting point for a rigid, forward-thrusting body that combines with four powerfully defined fenders. Large luggage space at the rear offers utility and practicality. The VIZIV Tourer Concept enhances active lifestyles, expressing the Enjoyment and Peace of Mind that Subaru delivers to its customers.
Advanced driver-assist technologies
Subaru has teamed advanced driver-assist technologies scheduled for launch around 2020 with the high performance offered by the boxer engine and Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.
By also incorporating further enhancements to EyeSight driver-assist technology, radar, and highly accurate GPS and navigation systems, Subaru continues to pursue ultimate levels of safety in its aim to eliminate automobile accidents.
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