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Subaru Boxer Sports Car takes shape


February 24, 2011

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Subaru will be showcasing a 'BOXER Sports Car Architecture' Concept concept vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show next week and released a darkened image of the vehicle to the media earlier today. A bit of a play with Adobe Photoshop and … a great deal more about the shape of the forthcoming vehicle has been revealed.

Not much more is known about the vehicle at this stage, even though the company has a preview web site already operating.

The car is a joint development with Toyota and is based on an all-new platform utilizing the now highly developed horizontally-Opposed Boxer engine in a rear-wheel drive format.

For the record, here's the original piccie released.

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Anybody like to see mine? 1994 Subaru SVX 4 wheel drive 6 cylinder boxer sports. Still does 149 mph. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpcPk1FNWGE

Doug MacLeod

I think the SVX would have sold better if Subaru had hired an Italian stylist.

William Lanteigne

Piccie? What the heck is this? Juvenile journalism? Just using the proper word \"image\" would be one letter less.


"I think the SVX would have sold better if Subaru had hired an Italian stylist." - William H Lanteigne

You mean Giugiaro is actually Japanese?

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