2017 wrx hatchback concept




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  • Although the car appears to be simply a modded version of the Subaru Viviz Performance Concept revealed a few months ago the Tokyo.

    While details are still sketchy about this striking concept, we did learn that it will employ the company's signature Subaru Global Platform.

    Where exactly does Subaru's mystery concept fit in the company's future lineup? at next month's Tokyo Motor Show, Subaru will showcase two Everything from a hulking SUV to a scissor-doored hatchback has been.

    The concept car concept is translated as "the idea of a car". This is a kind of prototype car, which tests people's reactions to new technologies being introduced, design solutions, etc. In its original form, prototypes are never launched into mass production.

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    Perhaps a sensor to monitor blind spots or something in aid of aerodynamics? I was at the Tokyo show in to see the original Levorg, and I can now confirm that Levorg means using smoke, mirrors, beams of light, and long hydraulic actuators to dangle a station wagon up and around its platform. Except this is way more difficult. No hatch no care. Different trim levels, perhaps?

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    Subaru Impreza 5-Door Concept: Tokyo Motor Show Live Photos & Video

    Subaru has a history of presenting exciting concepts that turn into drab production cars, so it should be interesting to see how the new Impreza sedan and five-door hatchback models fare against their conceptualized partners.

    A common misconception is that studies are always designed before their production counterparts. While that may hold true in some cases, especially when automakers are testing the waters, more often than not, concepts are dramatized versions of production cars that have already been signed off. The purpose here is to create buzz around upcoming models at high-profile motor shows. Yet once you step back and observe the whole setup, the production cars look disappointingly pedestrian in comparison.

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    Even if you eliminate the excessively large wheels from the equation, both the Impreza sedan and hatchback concepts look better proportioned with sexier rooflines that are heavier slanted at the back, and more aggressive and less anonymous snouts, while the same details that appear off and forced on the Impreza, look pretty striking on the two studies.

    Speaking of details, whoever signed off those tail lamps on the production car should have their eyes checked for strabismus…. Blame Fuji Heavy Industries for using a very large sum of development cost in concept design and not in production design, which is not even second. Concept design does not require much development cost, as components do not need to be tested and certified — nor does it require extensive wind-tunnel and aerodynamic testing and analysis.

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    Production car design is far costlier and complicated. At the very least Subaru should be keeping the lights identical.

    The unveiling of the LC to the masses gives hope to true car enthusiasts, that the industry does listen. Oh my, I said it. Different trim levels, perhaps? Its madness that they even left out the concept tail lights which actually look like prettier but production ready tail lights anyway, they still managed to find a way to water it down. On the other hand, a big difference between the real thing and the concept is a lower belt line particularly in the rear seat area and therefore bigger side windows, which is an improvement.

    How cool a car looks is not as important as, you know, seeing out. Why is anyone suprised. They do this all the time. Their cars are so dull — i would never even consider looking at buying one. And yes it does look like they for pensioners to finish it off. What are they scared of? A beautiful shape wrapped around a mediocre car is still a mediocre car.

    2017 wrx hatchback concept

    You might not care about these things now, but I guarantee at some point, you start to care less about what other people think about your car and more about what it can do for you beyond simply looking good. This is like one of those things you see in the newspaper, spot the 5 differences in these two pictures….. Except this is way more difficult.

    Spot 5 things they kept identical. I guess the biggest tragedy is that they are clearly capable of designing beautiful, stunning bodywork. Yet when it comes to the production models, they come out looking awkward and have.. Subaru should either stop promising so much in their concepts- or start delivering on their promises. Both production models are pretty clumsy looking, but the hatchback commits the cardinal sin for me of having not only one, but two rear quarterlights — one on the rear door, and the other mounted in the pillar behind it.

    SUBARU VIZIV PERFORMANCE CONCEPT: The 45th Tokyo Motor Show 2017



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