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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:2011
Introduced at:2011 Geneva Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:March 09, 2011
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Click here to download printer friendly versionAt the 81st International Geneva Motor Show (1 to 13 March), Japanese manufacturer, Subaru, showcased an exciting new concept vehicle.

Making its world debut was the Subaru 'BOXER Sports Car Architecture' Concept, currently under joint development with the Toyota Motor Corporation. This partnership with the world's largest car manufacturer has proved hugely successful in bringing the project to fruition in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Based on an all-new platform and highlighting Subaru's new design direction, the vehicle boasts the brand's trademark Horizontally-Opposed Boxer engine technology - a key component of any Subaru - and will reinterpret the enjoyable, sure-footed driving experience in a rear-wheel drive format.

In addition to the Subaru BOXER Sports Car Architecture Concept, for the first time in Europe, show-goers will also be able to see the new Subaru Impreza Concept in the metal. The first concept to be released under Subaru's new international brand strategy of 'Confidence in Motion', the concept is designed to show the possible design direction for future Impreza models.

Expressing Subaru's core brand value of 'enjoyment and peace of mind', the new Impreza Concept offers a sleek and lean form that exudes dynamism and elegance. It also features a spacious and plush four-seater interior, and promises an engaging yet safe and comfortable ride.

Measuring 4,520mm in length, 1,820mm in width and standing 1,430mm tall, the concept model features a new generation 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, Horizontally-Opposed Boxer engine paired with a Lineartronic (CVT) transmission.

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