Subaru Viziv Tourer Concept Is Another Imaginary Glimpse Into The Future

Subaru has dropped the first teaser image of a new concept model named the VIZIV Tourer in advance of its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show.

The fifth project of the Japanese firm’s VIZIV series, which derives its name from the phrase “Vision for Innovation”, will explore a station wagon design. Subaru won’t tell us anything else about the study yet, but if we had to guess, we would say it could preview the brand’s intention for a Levorg replacement or perhaps a different compact estate.

Subaru kicked off the VIZIV series of concepts at Geneva in 2013, with crossover, hybrid, performance and seven-seat studies (the latter transformed into the production Ascent SUV) as well as a digital GT Vision model for Sony’s Gran Turismo 6 racing game.

With the clock ticking down for the 88th Geneva International Motor Show that starts on March 6 for the press, it won’t be long before Subaru sheds some light upon the study, with more revealing images and information, so stay tuned. In the meantime, follow all the latest developments and presentations set for the Swiss show on our dedicated page here.

  • WG

    Looks cool but we’ll probably never going to see the design put into production.

    • JohnCarscoop

      No you won’t 🙂

    • Dr Strangefinger

      We never do. The production version will look similar to an AWD Corolla.

      • KareKakk

        Well, miracles from the Pleiades has happened before; The Alcyone SVX got from concept to production more or less unchanged from 1989 showcase to 1991 factorymade.


    It’s probably going to look really good and then the production version will look absolutely nothing like it.

  • Zandit75

    Title is wrong. Should read “Subaru Viziv Concept is another glimpse at an Imaginary Future”.
    We’re never going to see this on the roads.

  • O123

    I like the concepts. At least it tells us what the car won’t look like.

    • LWOAP

      At this point, I’d buy the concepts over the actual production cars.

      • Un Tipo Serio

        Then you’d never drive them out the garage