Subaru revisits its corporate origins as an aircraft manufacturer during WWII by using a cockpit-inspired instrument panel along with a subtle wing motif throughout its B9 Scrambler concept. Beneath the gorgeous bodywork is a Sequential Series Hybrid EV powerplant that combines a 134-hp electric motor and a 138-hp 2.0-liter Boxer gasoline engine, allowing the car to run full electric, full gasoline, or combine both power sources for wide-open-throttle acceleration. The B9 Scrambler features an outback-ready variable ride-height suspension that can give the sleek roadster up to eight inches of ground clearance. Those rare off-pavement excursions are made less worrisome by run-flat tires and air-pressure monitors. We hear that a convertible will be heading market as a 2006 model.