Subaru will bring the Levorg, Cross Sport Design and Crossover 7 concepts at Tokyo Motor Show

Article by Christian A., on October 30, 2013

A new sports tourer prototype will be unveiled by Subaru at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Dubbed Levorg Concept, the new vehicle is a combination of a Legacy, revolution and touring. Subaru says that a production version of the concept will be launched in 2014 for the Japanese market. Under the hood, we will find a newly-developed 1.6-litre horizontally-opposed direct injection turbo (DIT) engine.

Moreover, the Levorg will feature Subaru’s next-generation EyeSight driver assist system as well as a newly launched steering support control. Still, this is not the only vehicle from Tokyo, as Subaru will launch not one, but two other world premiere concepts.

Cross Sport Design Concept and company’s vision of the next trend in Sports Utility Vehicles. Subaru says that the Cross Sport Design Concept has an overall length of 4300 mm, a comfortable interior and abundant luggage space. The third concept car will be the Crossover 7 and as its name says it is a seven-seater.

Subaru Levorg has the ability to make driving sleek and energetic. However, it brings a low displacement engine that additionally grants first-rate fuel productivity. The Horizontally-Opposed direct injection turbo "DIT" powertrain comes in two sorts; one, the recently created 1.6-liter DIT, and two, the 2.0-liter DIT which gives exceptional driving satisfaction with its high yield and torque.

Levorg highlights the dazzling and sophisticated design of a sports tourer while likewise realizing lavish load capacity. Different attractions include its quality interior with panache obvious in even the littlest parts, peak utility, first-class driving comfortability, and a breath-taking steering experience. It is furnished with the cutting-edge EyeSight as well; these aspects lead to a model that speaks to the future of Subaru and gains consumer satisfaction that surpasses expectations.

The production Levorg is scheduled to debut sales in spring 2014; pre-orders begin January 4, 2014.

Sports Tourer Innovation

Subaru boasts itself on its distinct method to enhance the sports and touring performances of a car. Sports performance is connected to how much the vehicle can provide driving delight while touring capability is about a practical and comfortable driving experience even on long rides. Levorg has been produced to combine the two yet with both at extremely high standards so that most of the characteristics that are coveted in a vehicle become attainable. It revolutionizes the entire concept of the sports tourer.

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