Subaru has introduced the Crossover 7 concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. It previews a possible Tribeca successor.
Subaru has introduced the Crossover 7 concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Designed to preview a possible Tribeca successor, the Crossover 7 follows in the footsteps of the Outback and adopts a wagon-like design with plastic body cladding. The styling may not win everyone over but the model has also been equipped with a prominent grille and a tailgate-mounted spoiler.
As the name suggests, the Crossover 7 has a seven-seat interior that is "roomy" and "elegant." Pictures were not released but Subaru says the model has "smooth tan leather seats that will bring out the desire to go for a drive in any adult."
Power is provided by horizontally-opposed 2.5-liter engine that is connected to a Lineartronic continuously variable transmission and a symmetrical all-wheel drive system.