Along with showing its BRZ Prologue-Boxer Sports Car Architecture II, the technology concept of an all-new, rear-wheel-drive sports car, developed with Toyota, it is presenting the SUBARU XV, a small, sporty crossover production car. The XV was shown at the Shanghai Motor show earlier in the year and a sketch was released also in August. Subaru’s press conference, September 13th at 9:30 am, will be attended by Subaru’s new President, Yasuyuki Yoshinaga.
The Subaru XV was developed under the concept “Urban Adventure” featuring sporty, casual design. Subaru sees the XV entering the competitive C-segment with proportions that are meant to convey qualities of stylishness and lightness combined with the confidence of a crossover vehicle.
The vehicle will be powered by a new generation Subaru 2.0 liter, 4-cylinder horizontally–opposed Boxer engine with Lineatronic (CVT). It is designed to have Subaru’s All-Wheel Drive and advanced Dynamic Chassis Control Concept. The technology allows superior drive performance, fuel efficiency and safety, attributes that are captured in Subaru’s new brand statement, “Confidence in Motion.”
Specifications for the Subaru XV Crossover
* Body size: (Length x Width x Height): 4,450 x 1,780 x 1,570 mm
* Wheelbase: 2,635 mm
* Power Unit: New Generation Subaru Boxer engine (2.0-litre 4-cylinder Horizontally-Opposed engine) plus Lineartronic (CVT)