Future Subaru ConceptsOct 29th, 2020
Future Subaru Concepts
At Pfaff Subaru, we don’t just facilitate the sale of high-end new and pre-owned Subaru vehicles. We also like to inform the public and our valued customers about new Subaru concepts and technology coming down the pipeline. If you are wanting to learn more about some future Subaru concepts, then you have come to the right place at Pfaff Subaru in Guelph, ON. In this article by Pfaff Subaru, we share some information about a few Subaru concept vehicles.
B9 Scrambler Hybrid-Drive Roadster Concept
The B9 Scrambler (SC), which made its world debut at the 37th Tokyo Motor Show in late 2003 and its Canadian debut at the 2004 Canadian International AutoShow, is a hybrid-drive roadster concept that not only hints at Subaru’s striking new design direction but also offers the first glimpse of Subaru’s new hybrid-drive technology. Beyond the new looks and the impressive new gasoline-electric hybrid-drive system, the B9SC remains true to Subaru’s commitment to the safety and performance benefits of symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive. As the first sports car concept penned by new Subaru design chief Andreas Zapatinas, the B9SC suggests the design elements – particularly the aeronautical-themed grille meant to evoke Subaru and Fuji Heavy Industries’ ties to airplane manufacturing – that will be incorporated into Subaru production vehicles in the years to come.
R1e Urban Electric Concept
First presented at the 37th Tokyo Motor show in late 2003, the R1e urban electric concept is a high-style, zero-emissions vehicle designed to appeal to singles or young couples living in congested cities. Designed with a sporty stance and clean, sculpted lines, the R1e runs on advanced manganese lithium-ion batteries which can be recharged by plugging the vehicle into an external electrical supply similar to those used by home air conditioning units. While the small, stylish, and environmentally friendly R1e was designed with the crowded streets and expensive gasoline prices of Europe and Japan in mind, it represents the forward-thinking and high-tech engineering of future Subaru products to be available around the world.
B11S Four-Door Sports Coupe Concept
Introduced at the 2003 International Geneva Motor Show, the B11S stands as an elegant and practical reinterpretation of the traditional coupe. Developed as a Gran Utility Turismo and emphasizing sporty driving, comfort, functionality, and elegance, the B11S offers superb levels of performance, ensured by the inherent balance of the Subaru symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive system. Under the hood, the B11S features a six-cylinder, 3.0 litre twin-turbocharged SUBARU BOXER engine developing an estimated 400 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque while still meeting global environmental considerations. Combined with Subaru’s sophisticated symmetrical full-time All-Wheel Drive system and a performance-oriented five-speed automatic transmission with Variable Torque Distribution (VTD), the B11S is capable of a high level of performance, stability, traction, and safety.
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