Subaru's "all-new performance concept car" serves as a preview for the next-gen WRX.
Looking quite different than the Impreza, the WRX concept has a prominent front grille, hood intake, hawk-eye headlights while at the same time being wider and lower than the current sedan. The roof is made from carbon fiber to shave off weight and at the back it gains a trunk lid with a built-in spoiler. We also notice the quad exhaust setup which has a fluorescent yellow finish.
The same hue was applied on the brake calipers and WRX badging to contrast the car's WR Blue Pearl III paint. It rides on 20-inch BBS forged wheels covered by bespoke Dunlop rubbers. Unfortunately, for the moment there aren't any details about what's hiding under the hood.