Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Subaru XV

Subaru has revealed the new XV at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show, taking the company into the compact crossover segment for the first time.

Like its concept precursor, the XV features a hexagonal grille and 'hawk eye' headlamps, designed to emphasize the vehicle's brand identity. Alloy wheels and cut-away cladding also aim to give the car a distinctive feel. The front and rear corners of the bumpers are equipped with special edges, designed to improve fuel efficiency and enhance aerodynamics.

The new crossover's interior is designed to allow the passengers plenty of room, with a spacious cargo area and enlarging of the door's opening dimensions allowing for better ease of access. The interior is made up of leather, metal, and cloth in an effort to draw attention to the stylish nature of the car. The Multi-Function Display (MFD) gives the driver and passengers information, with higher specification models containing a large 4.3-inch full-color screen catering for all infotainment needs.

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