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Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer

Subaru Advanced Tourer 1 at Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer

At the Tokyo Motor Show Subaru unveils its fantastic new concept Advanced Tourer, a demonstration of the brand’s ‘Confidence in Motion’ motto.

This sporty station wagon previews the next Legacy Tourer and introduces a new design philosophy for the Japanese car maker in which there is no sign of the usual dullness. It looks just exquisitely brilliant from almost every angle!

Our very favorite part is the back-end. If it weren’t for the badge, you wouldn’t be able to tell it’s a Subaru in a million years.

Subaru Advanced Tourer 2 at Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer

The interior design is great too, but it’s very conceptual and will not make it into the production. It’s got some fancy features, such as the full glass roof. Various textures such as wood and metal are incorporated into the inside layout to produce ample ambiance. A large monitor is built into the steering wheel allowing access to maps, television and internet services. Information will be available at hand to support contemporary lifestyles even in the car.

Subaru Advanced Tourer 3 at Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer

Subaru Advanced Tourer is also technically advanced and gets a new Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) system and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) technology for optimum performance in all conditions. The powertrain consists of a downsized 1.6 liter turbocharged version of Subaru’s renowned boxer engine. It is mated to the world’s first longitudinally-mounted chain drive CVT.

Another feature of the concept car is Subaru’s advanced driving assist system EyeSight (Version 2). Subaru could and should put this car into production with the same design. Well, apart from those show-offy doors!

Subaru Advanced Tourer 4 at Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer
Subaru Advanced Tourer 5 at Tokyo Motor Show: Subaru Advanced Tourer

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