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Subaru VIZIV Future Concept makes global debut at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show (89 Photos)

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Following the VIZIV and VIZIV 2 released in 2013 and 2014, VIZIV Future concept comes in 2015 and is being showcased at the Tokyo Motor Show.

Subaru VIZIV Future concept, short for “Vision for innovation” is a line of SUV concepts. This compact SUV from Subaru comes in with a host of onboard technology and is based on the newly developed Subaru Global Platform.

Sporting LED daytime running lights and honeycomb LED fog lamps, the white colored VIZIV Future concept receives orange accents throughout its exterior makeup seen on its front bumper, side mirrors, wheels, on roof rails and on rear bumper.

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VIZIV Future concept is powered by a turbocharged 1.6 liter DIT flat four petrol engine capable of 170 PS power, also doing duty on the Subaru Levorg and an electric motor sending output to its all wheel drive system. Subaru VIZIV Future sees the single motor is situated on its rear axle relieving space and enabling a flat floor thereby resulting in more cabin space.

Subaru VIZIV Future concept is slated to come in with the most advanced version of Subaru EyeSight electronic driver aid which allows for autonomous driving while on the highway or while parking. Current EyeSight system combines with direction radar sensing monitoring traffic all around the vehicle. This in addition to a highly accurate GPS system and map data allows exact identification of vehicle location.

Additional technology seen on board the Subaru VIZIV Future concept includes a camera that closely monitors the driver while connectivity and telematic features offer minute by minute information of traffic and weather conditions and status of the road ahead.

Showcased as a concept as on date, there are no indications as to when the Subaru VIZIV Future concept will head into production.



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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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