Subaru has announced plans to introduce two new concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show. First up, the BRZ concept will preview the production model which will be launched sometime next year.
Subaru has announced plans to introduce two new concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show.
First and foremost, the BRZ concept will preview the production model which will be launched sometime next year.
The sports car concept will feature a 2.0-liter Boxer engine that has direct injection technology from Toyota. Its bore and stroke are set in a square formation, of 86 x 86mm, and the engine can be paired to a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.
In terms of size, the BRZ measures 4,240mm long, 1,775mm wide and 1,300mm tall with a wheelbase that spans 2,570mm.
According to Subaru, the BRZ "... is a sports car that can provide a pure handling delight experience to anyone behind the wheel."
Next up, the Advanced Tourer Concept is an updated version of the Hybrid Tourer Concept that debuted at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. It was designed to preview a "new-generation sports wagon," most likely the next-generation Legacy model and features refined styling with a glass roof and a luxurious interior.
Motivation is provided by a turbocharged 1.6-liter Boxer engine that is connected to a continuously variable transmission and a hybrid all-wheel drive system.
Check out the press release for additional information