Here comes the all new Subaru XV

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by JLA, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. JLA

    JLA Guest

    From Subar
    All-New "SUBARU XV" to Make World Premiere at 64th Frankfur
    Motor Sho

    Tokyo, August 10, 2011 - Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (FHI), the make
    of Subaru automobiles, today has announced that it will exhibit th
    all-new "SUBARU XV" (European specifications) as a worl
    premiere at the 64th Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. The ne
    model will be unveiled at the Subaru press conference, scheduled a
    9.30am on September 13th

    The SUBARU XV defines a new generation of Subaru crossover vehicles
    It is the production version of the design concept "SUBARU X
    CONCEPT" displayed last April at Shanghai motor show. Th
    concept was favourably received globally thanks to its distinctiv
    and trendy design which blend a crossover-like commanding silhouett
    and an urban friendly image into one harmonious and elegant package

    Under the brand statement "Confidence in Motion", Subar
    brand always inspires confidence with customers through it
    commitment to "engineering excellence". With the core idea
    of "engineering excellence", Subaru continues to provid
    customers with "Enjoyment and Peace of Mind" in all Subar

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    AD Guest

    I would receive impreza on stilts favorably as long as there is a much
    stiff shock (er, that's called sport suspension, my bad) option
    and a 1.5" front sway bar along with a 1" rear putting sti to shame.

    The old fucking thing called outback "sport" was pretty much unusable
    in fast sweeps of tightly twisted
    kaulifornia switchbacks and not everyone appreciaties the curb
    bumper height of sti to get a car that does not squat, roll and dive
    much of a provocation

    "Sport" is smartly removed from the imported euro name. That's nice.
    thanks FHI
    AD, Aug 17, 2011
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