Subaru has plans to show in Tokyo two brand new concepts: the VIZIV Future and the Impreza 5-Door.

Subaru has plans to show in Tokyo two brand new concepts: the VIZIV Future and the Impreza 5-Door.

First up, the VIZIV (Vision for Innovation) Future concept takes the shape of a crossover and according to Subaru it previews future production cars equipped with automatic driving systems and several new safety technologies. This is actually a follow-up to the 2013 VIZIV and 2014 VIZIV 2 concepts, but now it looks more ready for production and if Subaru does really plan to make it, they will probably add rear doors to boost practicality.

As for the Impreza 5-Door concept, Subaru describes it as a design study model of the next generation Impreza which will likely be out next year taking into account the current fourth-gen model has been on sale since 2011. So far we only have design sketches which in most cases look very appealing, but do not paint an accurate picture of the real deal. It does look quite sporty with the low ride height, heavily sloped roofline and a roof-mounted spoiler, along with bulging fenders and C-shaped LED lighting clusters.

Subaru hasn't said a word about what powers these concepts, but we will find out on October 28 when the VIZIV Future and Impreza 5-Door will make their world premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show in Japan.

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