Subaru Confirms WRX STI S209 Will Debut in Detroit
Last week, Subaru teased a mystery WRX STI that was rumored to be the S209. Now, Subaru has confirmed the S209 will debut at the Detroit auto show in January. In a new teaser image, Subaru shows off the car's black grille. Not only does it have special badging, but a red accent line hints at its sporty intentions. The grille looks a lot like the one on the WRX STI S208, which debuted at last year's Tokyo Motor Show. Although Subaru hasn't announced details, it's likely the S209 is a limited-edition model like its predecessors.
The Subaru Viziv Adrenaline Concept will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Today, Subaru released a teaser image of a concept it will debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5. This model is the latest in a series of radical Viziv concepts that bear little direct resemblance to Subaru 's
In addition to the Subaru Viziv Adrenaline Concept , Subaru will debut two electrified vehicles in Geneva . The automaker is keeping quiet on the identity of the two models, and whether they will be plug-ins or traditional hybrids. On its European website, Subaru hints at an "all-new, all-powerful.
Today,released a teaser image of a concept it will debut at the on March 5.
This model is the latest in a series of radicalthat bear little direct resemblance to Subaru's production cars. Still, the concept will provide some clues on what Subaru is cooking up for its future product portfolio. The concept might preview the next Crosstrek, although the "Adrenaline" name implies something high performance.
The shadowy teaser obscures the vehicle's general shape and details, so we brightened up the image for a better look. It appears to have the right ground clearance to be a crossover, and the fact that it's pictured off-road supports this theory. By the way the cut lines are positioned, it's possible this model has rear suicide doors. This zoomed-in shot reveals an unusual line on the fender and no visible handle.
Here's a Better Look at the Upcoming Subaru WRX STI S209
Last month, Subaru began teasing a special-edition WRX STI that it planned to reveal at this year’s Detroit auto show. We later learned the car would be called the S209, suggesting it would be the follow-up to last year’s Japan-only S208. Now we have a better idea of what the S209 will look like thanks to a new teaser that Subaru posted on Instagram. As you can see, the S209 still basically looks like a regular STI. Considering it's just a special edition, though, we didn't expect any wild styling changes. But beyond gray paint and a Type RA-like wing out back, the biggest difference you can see here is a wide-body kit.
Subaru Viziv Adrenaline Concept Highlights Rough-And-Tumble Style. The concept will follow several other Viziv (originating from Vision for Innovation”) concepts introduced in recent years and will take the shape of what looks to be a small crossover. The high-riding vehicle appears to have only
Gallery: Subaru Viziv Adrenaline Concept at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. 17 Photos. Whether there’s any relation to that car, or indeed if it previews a new model, is unclear. Subaru is keeping its cards close to its chest, focusing mainly on the new style elements on its latest concept .
In addition to the Subaru Viziv Adrenaline Concept, Subaru will debut. The automaker is keeping quiet on the identity of the two models, and whether they will be plug-ins or traditional hybrids. On its European website, Subaru hints at an "all-new, all-powerful e-Boxer range."
Kia's Latest Electric Concept Car Has 21 Screens.
Last week, we got our first look at the concept car Kia will show at the Geneva Motor Show next month . At the time, Kia said it would be a sporty EV, and that was about it. The shadowy teaser image only showed the car from one angle, but the design looked intriguing from that vantage point. After seeing this latest teaser, Kia has caught our attention once again. That's because, in addition to a side-shot of the front end, Kia also chose to release an interior image that shows off the concept's screens. All 21 of them.