Subaru has unveiled a sleek Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive Impreza concept car at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Designed to show a possible direction for future Impreza models, the elegant four-door concept offers excellent aerodynamics, a roomy high-quality interior and a variety of new technologies.
They include the latest version of Subaru's EyeSight safety system, which can assist in collision avoidance.
Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), the maker of Subaru cars, designed the Impreza concept around the brand's long-established theme of "engineering excellence," incorporating safety, driving confidence and reliability.
Outside, a distinctive character line extends the car's length, including the roofline, reflecting a new simple and clean Subaru style.
Front and rear bumpers feature hard-edged corners that also contribute to the aerodynamic performance, which has been wind tunnel tested by FHI.
The concept's low and wide stance is highlighted by the hexagonal grille, with the central "wings" treatment hinting at a new identity for future generation Subarus.
Among the newest Subaru technologies is the EyeSight driver assist safety system - the latest in collision avoidance technology. A monitor in the instrument panel shows video from the EyeSight stereo camera.
The Impreza concept is powered by a next generation horizontally opposed Boxer engine, with improved environmental performance.