Subaru will be unleashing three slated-for-launch vehicles at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show. Included at the show will be the Subaru Impreza Beams Edition, the Legacy Outback Urban, and the Stella REVESTA.

Subaru will be unleashing three slated-for-launch vehicles at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show.  Included at the show will be the Subaru Impreza Beams Edition, the Legacy Outback Urban, and the Stella REVESTA.

Beams is a Japanese clothing store and designer label that Subaru identifies as being "known for offering excitement, joy, and the fun of being discerning in the field of fashion."  With that, they have created an Impreza in orange (Beams' signature color), with black leather seats also stitched in orange.  Subaru wants the Beams edition to make you happy and put "a smile on your face."  While it hasn't quite made me forget about my mortgage payments it does surprisingly look pretty good in that color shade. 

Subaru's Legacy Outback Urban has a Lightning Red exterior, silver grille, wheels, side mirrors and roof rails, and seats and trim that utilize leather and Alcantara.  The interior is black; Subaru's attempt to add a bit of sophistication to this wagon.  This Legacy Outback trim is meant to have "[the] realization of a new way of looking at the grand touring world," according to the release.

Then there is the Subaru Stella REVESTA, a commercial version of the popular customized car at last spring's  Tokyo Auto Salon.  Subaru says this car has "a unique presence," but uniquity is not always a good thing.  Looking a bit like a stunted, impudent, buffed-out Scion xB, this vehicle has a metallic front grille, front and rear bumpers, and aluminum wheels.  Leather seats and a bronze-colored instrument panel make up the interior.  This 3.4 meter boxcar is partnered with a creepy sounding "Music CD Server & Welcome Sound Audio" that plays preset music and voices upon entering the vehicle.

All three of these cars will be on display at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show.  They are due to be released in the Japanese markets.

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