The concept features the automaker’s Symmetrical AWD layout, a boxer engine, increased practicality and safety. It measures 4,775 mm (187.9 in) in length, 1,930 mm (75.9 in) in width and 1,435 mm (56.5 in) in height, has a 2,730 mm-long (107.4 in) wheelbase and can seat four adults.
On the outside, it comes with a strong hexagonal grille, a forward-thrusting body and four well defined fenders. Despite its aggressive stance, the VIZIV Tourer is also said to have generous luggage space for increased utility and practicality.
On the safety front, there are advanced driver-assist technologies such as the EyeSight driver system, which has been enhanced since its previous iteration, but also updated radar and navigation systems. The automaker’s goal is to “pursue ultimate levels of safety” while aiming to make car accidents a thing of the past.
This particular concept should go on to spawn a production wagon, either compact or mid-size. A direct replacement for the Levorg is the first thing that comes to mind.
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