Bigger, bolder grille, sports signature hexagonal design elements
Covering up the currently unknown turbocharged engine is managed by a rather pronounced powerbulge on the hood.
A sharp ‘character line’ starts behind the front fender and runs back through to the taillights
WRX looks as good in public as it does in the concept renderings
That hexagonal motif out back is carried over from the front grille
Below the hexagonal grille work are deeper, lower valences with air-intakes to enhance aerodynamics, engine cooling and downforce
WRX features a tighter cabin, aggressively raked rear window treatment and spoiler laden trunklid
BBS “RI-D” one piece forged Duralumin wheels and 245/40ZR20 Dunlop tires, with exclusive tread pattern
Someone call Ferrari, their diffuser is missing
LED lined 'hawk-eye' headlights provide the WRX with proper visual acuity
Sleek, future world side-mirrors maybe?
No engine, performance or underpinning details were available, just fantastic photo opps
WRX concept is all about that 'next-gen' design language
Subaru’s latest WRX concept shown at the New York Auto Show this past week was needless to say, light on specifics, but heavy on the visuals. Those visuals though, reveal a design that as a whole is significantly lower, sleeker and more confident in its brashness than its predecessors.
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