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Subaru Impreza concept bows in at Tokyo show

Subaru Impreza concept front quarter




Subaru has taken the wraps off the Impreza concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.

The five-door concept is said to preview the next generation Impreza and represents “a bold expression of Subaru’s dynamic and solid design elements”. It is also said to be a pointer to the design direction of future Subaru models.

The Impreza concept features a wide and low stance, incorporating Subaru’s signature hexagonal grille and hawk-eye headlights. At the back, the rear combination lights share the same design theme as the headlights.

Subaru Impreza concept rear quarter

Like all Subaru’s, the concept is all-wheel driven and measures 4,400mm in length, 1,800mm in width and 1,440mm in height, making it 15mm shorter, 60mm wider and 25mm lower than the current-generation Impreza hatch.

It rides on 19-inch wheels wrapped in 235/40 R19 tyres and has seating for five.

If previous production models from Subaru were any indication, don’t expect the next-generation Impreza to look half as stunning as the concept.

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