The world of sedans is crowded by players like BMW, Audi, Mercedes and Ford.
It is all set to witness a brand new entrant, the Subaru Impreza Sedan concept car, which was recently unveiled at the Los Angeles auto expo.
The company has been busy quite lately and is actively taking part in all the happening events around the globe. Representatives from the brand were present at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show which took place in the month of October. They revealed the Subaru Impreza hatch concept car at the show. It happens to be their first ever reveal which is now followed by another Sedan at the LA auto expo.
Sedans are quite popular in the United States and Subaru is looking forward to expand their line up with brand new models. They do have a clear idea on the type of cars that customers expect, which made them show the hatchback in Tokyo and the sedan in Los Angeles. The car looks similar to their earlier versions featuring sharp line headlights and has a unique grille with smoked chrome finish.
These are some of the features that make the Subra Impreza sedan stand out from the crowd and it doesn’t end there. The rear end of the car and the taillight are impressively stylish, with design elements borrowed from the Lexus. A duck tailed boot lid makes the car look sharp which ends in a bumper with a single outlet. On the whole, the concept looks highly promising.
For starters, the sedan will be available in a ruby metallic red and other color variants are expected to be out in the near future. According to the brand, the red signifies sporty, energetic looks which made them opt for it instead of going with other conventional color choices.
Technical specifications of the Impreza sedan is extremely limited at the moment, except for the concept images the company released. Buyers can know how the car might look and its unique design elements but we are yet to know the type of engine that the company plans to use in the vehicle. Being a flagship sedan, it might probably feature a powerful turbocharged engine variant but the manufacturers also have to focus on making it fuel efficient so as to make it appealing for the daily commuter.
The year is coming to a close but Subaru may not stop showing more Impreza models in the upcoming auto expos.