Japanese car manufacturer, Subaru, have unveiled their VIZIV tourer concept at the Geneva Motor Show. This attractive car provides a glimpse into Subaru’s design and development direction going forward.
The company aims to make cars that “deliver enjoyment and peace of mind to its customers”. The deployment of automated driving technologies and advanced driver-assist functions within their new cars is one way that they hope to achieve this.
The VIZIV concept has lines that remind me of a BMW, giving it an aggressive but stylish look. It’s pronounced hexagonal grille, and conspicuous fenders, enhance it’s menacing stance. Supposedly, the car has an ample amount of boot space and offers “high levels of practicality”.
Subaru says that the VIZIV will have a boxer engine and an all-wheel-drive setup to complement the cars tourer characteristics. As for technology, it will have EyeSight driver-assist technology, radar, and highly accurate GPS and navigation systems, to help drive home the narrative of driver safety and peace of mind.