Subaru has unveiled the first information on its Hybrid Tourer Concept, a design study of a premium four-seater car which combines advanced hybrid technology with an exterior characterized by single gull-wing doors and a spacious cabin with four individual seats.
The hybrid powertrain is combined with the brand's “Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive (AWD)” and “Horizontally-Opposed Boxer Engine” technologies.
Exterior is characterized by large single gullwing doors and extended glass areas.
The interior - based on the brand's human-centered philosophy - can accomodate four passengers and features a stress-free athmosphere which conveys a sense of openness.
The four indivifìdual seats are covered with a special high breathability leather and integrate a ventilation function.
Among the technical highlights are the regenerative brakesystem, a non-idling function that stops the engine when the car comes to a stop and the EyeSight + driving assist system, which adopts vehicle-to-vehicle and road-to-vehicle communication technology and includes an assist collision prevention support system that uses its unique stereo camera technology to recognize a wide range of driving environments.
Length x Width x Height: 4,630 x 1,890 x 1,420mm
Engine type: 2.0-liter Horizontally-Opposed direct fuel-injection turbo gasoline engine
Max output of Motor: 10kW (Front) / 20kW (Rear)
Transmission type: Lineartronic
Drive train: Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive with 2 motors assist
Battery type: Lithium-ion battery
(Car Body Design's news)