WRX concept

WRX concept

The Subaru WRX concept vehicle, first shown earlier this year at the New York International Auto Show, will make its European debut at the 65th Frankfurt Motor Show on Tuesday September 10.

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The WRX concept hints at the final look of the next-generation WRX, a bold and muscular design giving it a strong on-street presence.

Lower, wider and sleeker than previous models, the WRX Concept places an even greater focus on sharp handling, with a low centre of gravity and Subaru's famous All-Wheel Drive system.

Subaru trademark design cues include a pronounced bulge on the bonnet, accompanied by the classic WRX bonnet scoop.

The scoop provides clearance for a turbocharged engine and intercooler, while also aiding engine cooling.

The new 2014 Subaru WRX production car, while not confirmed for our market, is under consideration.
The WRX concept will be joined on the stand at Frankfurt by the Subaru VIZIV concept, representing Subaru's future design direction and vision for technological innovation.


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