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October 25, 2017

Subaru Keeps High-Performance Sedans in Its Future with VIZIV Performance Concept (w/ 13 Photos)

Subaru is showing off what the future WRX could look like. Though the full-model change (along with the subsequent shift to the Subaru Global Platform) is still some years off, the Japanese carmaker wasted no time revealing the VIZIV Performance Concept at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017.

With a name that’s coined from the phrase, “Vision for Innovation”, this is the first time VIZIV is being used for a sedan body. Just like its previous concept cars and production models, the VIZIV Performance Concept uses the company’s trademark powertrain as inspiration for its design.

It’s based off Subaru’s Dynamic x Solid philosophy and features a forward-thrusting body, low stance, and bulbous fender flares with carbon fiber being used on the bumpers and fenders. Oh, and it looks angry—filled with angles, lines, and creases.

No possible drivetrain was mentioned, but the VIZIV Performance Concept sedan does maintain the brand’s iconic hood scoop which could indicate a high-performance turbocharged engine. As always, power is sent to all four wheels via its Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.

And since safety is now integral to Subaru’s brand identity as well, the VIZIV Performance Concept boast cutting-edge driver-assist technologies which will debut in production cars by 2020. Its EyeSight driver-assist technology is now enhanced by radar and GPS navigation systems to possibly eliminate automotive accidents altogether.

Subaru VIZIV Performance Concept Major Specifications

Overall Length: 4,630 mm
Overall Width: 1,950 mm
Overall Height: 1,430 mm
Wheelbase: 2,730 mm
Tire Size: 245/45 R 20
Seating Capacity: 5


  1. Replies
    1. Bakit, nabigo ka na ba?
      Baka sa pagibig!

    2. Hindi boss hehe. Ang Subaru kasi ganda ng design nila ng concept cars kaso pagdating ng production medyo watered down design na.


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