Subaru has unveiled a seven-seater SUV concept at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show (LAAS). Dubbed the VIZIV-7 SUV Concept which stands for Vision for Innovation, the three-row midsize SUV will be the largest vehicle Subaru has ever made.
The concept car measures 5,200mm in length, 2,030mm in width, 1,860mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,990mm. While the production model may or may not measure the same, it gives us an idea of the vehicle size that Subaru is going for. Elsewhere, the VIZIV-7 SUV Concept features full three-row seat layout and Subaru’s DYNAMIC x SOLID design philosophy.
Takeshi Tachimori, Corporate Executive Vice President of Fuji Heavy Industries expressed that the VIZIV-7 SUV Concept will embody the brand’s core values of safety, dependability, capability for outdoor activities and a forward-looking attitude.
Subaru hinted that the midsize SUV is expected to be introduced to the North American market in early 2018. What do you think of this concept, folks? Think it’s able to give the Nissan X-Trail or Mitsubishi Outlander a good run for its money?