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The Subaru WRX Concept – Make It a Production Vehicle Pretty Please

The Subaru WRX Concept – Make It a Production Vehicle Pretty Please

The Subaru WRX Concept presented at the New York Auto Show has set the design tone for the next generation Subaru WRX. The aggressive design communicates its increased agility and driving excitement.

First looks at the Subaru WRX immediately set one’s mind imagining about what promises to be a very impressive car to drive, especially if you are a performance enthusiast. Well assuming it makes it into production, without losing too much of the styling cues of the concept car. According to the team at Edmund, they speculate the near production version should be unveiled at the LA Auto Show later on this year.

The front design emphasizes the aggressiveness of the WRX with depth and solidity that give the concept car a stable stance. A prominent hexagonal grille with the three-dimensional mesh patterns denotes the sporting nature of the Subaru WRX Concept, while the new hawk-eye headlights integrate the Subaru family design heritage.

The all-new Subaru WRX Concept is lower, sleeker with a more powerful design than before. A large opening in the front bumper, a classic WRX hood scoop, fender ducts and pronounced power bulge denote the powerful turbocharged engine performance.

The body form starting from the iconic hexagonal grille, combined with the bold fender flares, realizes a solid design that embodies the strong driving performance of the WRX.

The rear design echoes the hexagonal design motif from the front grille and features a dramatically curved trunk lid that also acts as a rear spoiler.

The wide rear bumper of the Subaru WRX Concept adds to the powerful street presence of the car and is off-set by large quad tailpipes denoting the powerful turbocharged engine. The aggressive rear diffuser improves vehicles aerodynamics.

To further enhance handling dynamics, the Subaru WRX Concept features a carbon roof for a lower center of gravity and lighter weight.

The exterior color is “WR Blue Pearl III” and modernizes the traditional WRX look. Fluorescent Yellow is used as an accent on the WRX badge on the front grille, the brake calipers and the exhaust finisher, adding character notes to the design.

The 245/40ZR20 Dunlop tire has an exclusive design tread pattern. The wheels are BBS “RI-D” One Piece Forged Duralumin wheels.

Below are a couple of videos from the reveal of the Subaru WRC Concept.

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