Subaru will introduce Viziv Adrenaline Concept with a very brutal styleMarch 5, 2019
The Japanese company will present a new concept of the crossover. So far, there is no data on whether the new items will be serialized or not.
For the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, one of the most interesting concepts will be Subaru Viziv Adrenaline. The novelty has received the appearance, which was created according to the current style of the brand. I must say that the Subaru Viziv Adrenaline looks like a brutal crossover in the form of a Crosstrek based on the Impreza.
What is a new concept – visualization of some idea or a probe to a completely new model?
The guys from Subaru are not in a hurry to reveal the hidden details about their new product. It is only known that the concept of the crossover is made in the “new” style of the company, which was called Dynamic x Solid, which the brand introduced back in 2014. To be honest, the published press release from Subaru is filled with vague descriptions, so there is not much use from it.
This is a 5-door, “raised” crossover, which looks as if it is a hint of the next-generation Crosstrek model (as an option by the way). Much of these rear doors integrate with the rear wheel arches. The front and rear overhangs are minimal, but high enough so that the Viziv Adrenaline can get impressive entry and exit angles.
This concept has a lot of off-road style. The arches of the front wheels took over the front fender, gently merging with the headlights, which are more elegant than the modern Subaru. This is an interesting design, especially given the more restrained, but still larger than usual, trim around the D-pillar. Bridgestone hard rubber and black wheels also contribute to the formidable exterior of the Viziv Adrenaline.
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