Subaru WRX Concept unveiled at the New York International Auto Show

Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), the manufacturer of Subaru automobiles, unveiled the Subaru WRX Concept today at the New York International Auto Show. The Subaru WRX is known for its powerful turbo engine delivering abundant performance and torque distribution through Subaru’s renowned Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system. This combination allows all drivers to feel confident and in control in any kind of driving condition.

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.
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 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.
The 245/40ZR20 Dunlop tire has an exclusive design tread pattern. The wheels are BBS RI-D One Piece Forged Duralumin wheels.
The all-new Subaru WRX Concept hints at the design language of the next generation Subaru WRX. The aggressive design communicates its increased agility and driving excitement.

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