Subaru has revealed the VIZIV-7 Concept at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show. The Subaru VIZIV is a concept series embodying the future vision of car development for the “enjoyment and peace of mind” that Subaru wants to provide to customers.
With the VIZIV -7 SUV Concept, Subaru is demonstrating its thinking about how big a future Subaru SUV can be. ”The concept expresses our core brand values, safety, dependability, capability for outdoor activities and a forward looking attitude,” said Takeshi Tachimori, corporate executive vice president, Fuji Heavy Industries. “We know customers in this segment want a full-sized vehicle and the next 3-row from Subaru will be the biggest Subaru vehicle ever.”
The Subaru VIZIV-7 SUV has an overall length of 204,7 inches to bring out its SUV characterization to the fullest. Its width of 79.9 inches and height of 72 inches (73.2 inches including roof rail), along with a wheel base of 117.7 inches offer ample space, including headroom, shoulder and legroom, on the inside. Fitted with 265/55 R21 tyre sizes, the Subaru VIZIV-7 concept is a fitting rendition of the SUV of the future.
With full three-row capability and Subaru’s Dynamic x Solid design philosophy, Subaru VIZIV-7 SUV Concept shows the size direction of the all-new three-row midsize SUV to be introduced to the North American market in early 2018.
2016 LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW/AUTOMOBILITY LA
The 2016 Automobility LA takes place from 18 – 27 November at Los Angeles Convention Center’s campus, which includes a new Technology Pavilion; a temporary structure built to house nearly 40 auto-tech exhibits and the Roadshow stage.
AutoMobility LA has been in the works for the past five years. Recognizing that professionals from the auto and tech sectors began working closer together, the organizer created the Advanced Tech Showcase in 2012, to highlight this burgeoning intersection of the industry. That evolved into the Connected Car Expo (CCE) in 2013, when a world-class conference component was added to address changes in the industry. CCE doubled in size (attendance and exhibitors) year after year; that, with the growing presence of a new breed of attendees at LA Auto Show’s Press & Trade Days resulted in steady, calculated merger of the two shows into one huge event for the new automotive ecosystem.