Subaru has just took-off the wraps on its innovative study ride - Subaru XV Concept, which clearly previews the automaker's next-generation crossover vehicle, utilizing extraordinary SUV capabilities and sleek design.

Representing an undoubted highlight at Subaru's booth at the Auto Shanghai fair, the all-new XV Concept is developed under the "Protren" design theme, blending "Professional tool" purposefulness and "Trendy design."

At the first glance, the XV Concept is an unmistakable Subaru yet outlines the future design of the Japanese manufacturer. It boasts hexagon grille and solid hawk-eye headlights, sleek and youthful "Electro Yellowgreen" body finish underlined by black metallic accents and massive 19-inch lightweight alloys with fashionable two-tone design.

Inside the spacious cabin of the XV study SUV is fully wrapped in silver-white leather upholstery with yellow-green piping, which gives the ride sporty and stylish ambience. Furthermore, three different touch-screen displays - for navigation, car audio, and vehicle information are skillfully integrated in the car's interior design.

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Subaru XV Concept Major Specifications:

  • Body size (Overall: Length x Width x Height): 4,450 mm x 1,800 mm x 1,620 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,635 mm
  • Engine: 2.0-liter four cylinder Horizontally-Opposed DOHC engine
  • Transmission: Lineartronic (CVT)
  • Tire size: 245/45 ZR19
  • Passengers: 5

Source: Subaru