Subaru will revive coupe SVX

March 14, 2015 at 9:58 pm

The company plans to revive the Subaru coupe SVX, which are produced by the Japanese in the 90s of the last century. This publication reports Motoring citing its own sources.
The novelty will receive a hybrid power plant with the ability to recharge the batteries from a household power socket, which use borrowed from the “Lexus” technology. Its members will include a new 3.3-liter petrol opposite “six” with direct fuel injection, which is designed by Subaru engineers. The overall impact will be about 380 units of horsepower.

Subaru SVX picture

Subaru SVX pics

SVX coupe built on a modular chassis SGP, which will debut in 2016 on a family of new-generation Impreza models and successor Tribeca. It is expected that the SVX will receive a number of stylistic elements from the Geneva concept crossover Viziv 2. In particular, the coupe will be similar to the prototype headlamps, grille and some lines of the body.
Production SVX coupe will establish a new generation in the United States. Sales of the model will begin in 2017. The main market for two-door car will be North America, but it will also be sold in Europe and Australia.

Subaru SVX pics

Subaru SVX image

The original model Subaru SVX (sold in Japan under the name Alcyone SVX), developed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and was produced from 1991 to the end of 1996. Coupe was equipped with boxer “six” 3.3-liter capacity from 230 to 250 horsepower, working together with the four-stage “automatic”.

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