Subaru Three-Row, Subcompact Crossover Concepts Coming to Tokyo Show
Subaru is bringing to the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show the seven-passenger Crossover 7 concept, which previews the brand's three-row crossover replacement for the Tribeca that will be discontinued after the 2014 model year. Additionally, the new Subaru Levorg prototype may hint at the next-generation Outback crossover.
Subaru Crossover 7 Concept Although a concept, the Subaru Crossover 7 concept bears a striking resemblance to the current Forester SUV and appears ready to fill the void that will soon be left the seven-passenger Tribeca. Inside, the Crossover 7 concept features tan leather seats in an "elegant and roomy space."
Subaru Levorg Concept Subaru has posted teaser images of the Levorg concept that will be make its world debut in Tokyo next month. Powered by a turbocharged 1.6-liter direct-injected flat-four, the Levorg prototype is said to combine drivability, safety, and environmental friendliness wrapped in a stylish design with a sports car feel. From the side profile, the Levorg prototype appears to preview the next Outback model.
Subaru Viziv Evolution Concept Previously seen at the 2013 Geneva auto show, the Subaru Viziv Evolution concept will make its Japanese debut in Tokyo. The Viziv Evolution concept is powered by the same turbo 1.6-liter flat-four mated to a CVT with a plug-in hybrid system featuring one front electric motor and two rear electric motors. The concept also features Subaru's autopilot system.
Subaru Cross Sport Design Concept The Subaru Cross Sport Design concept is only 169.3 inches long and indicates the automaker may soon have a subcompact crossover entry. For comparison, the XV Crosstrek is 175.2 inches long.