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"Impreza becomes a derivative model..." Subaru released a trailer for "NEW SUV"! The successor to the XV debuts

table of contents
●Announcement of "NEW SUV" teaser video
●World premiere at 14:00 on September 15th, Japan time
● Sightings of camouflaged cars of XV successor models
●Leave from "Derivatives of Impreza"

"NEW SUV" teaser video announced


On September 1, 2022, the official website of Subaru released a teaser video of "NEW SUV".

A vehicle suspected of being a Crossover SUV appears in the trailer. The detailed design has not yet been announced, but some designs such as headlights and taillights can still be seen.

World premiere at 14:00 on September 15th, Japan time


Subaru is expected to hold the world premiere of "NEW SUV" at 14:00 on September 15, 2022, Japan time, and the countdown is going on on the website.

You can watch the world premiere on YouTube Subaru's official channel "SUBARU On-Tube".

Information on camouflaged car sightings of the successor to the XV


Source: KindelAuto/YouTube

The "NEW SUV" on the Subaru teaser site is regarded as the successor to the "XV", and the camouflaged vehicle has been seen in Japan and abroad.

Due to the camouflage, the detailed design cannot be known, but it can still be seen that the headlights are more slender than the current XV, emphasizing Subaru's signature design of the hexagonal water tank guard, and the front bumper extends below the headlights.

The "NEW SUV" in the trailer has the same design as the camouflaged car on the water tank guard, headlights and taillights, so it can be said that the "NEW SUV" is the successor to the XV.

Departure from "Derivatives of Impreza"


Impreza XV (2010)

The Subaru XV was originally unveiled as the Impreza-derived crossover SUV "Impreza XV".

From the second generation onwards, it was separated from Impreza and became independent under the name of "XV". Until the current car, the order of major facelifts for the same-generation models was implemented first from the Impreza.

The XV has so far been seen as a "derivative of the Impreza," but the stance will be reversed when the XV's successor makes its world premiere on September 15.

Regarding the matter of "changing the Impreza into a derivative model", comments such as "SUVs are popular, can't help" and "Impreza is sad to be left behind" appeared on SNS.


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