Subaru LEVORG Concept will debut at the Tokyo Auto Show

By Bob Nagy on October 30, 2013 8:16 AM

Previewing a vehicle it claims will carry on the corporate heritage while "pioneering a new age of touring car with innovation," Fuji Heavy Industries has confirmed that it will present the Subaru LEVORG Concept next month in Tokyo. According to Fuji, the name of this prototype sport-tourer which is set to spawn a domestic market production model sometime next year comes from a combination of the words legacy, revolution and touring. While offering few facts, the automaker did confirm that the LEVORG will incorporate a host of advanced technologies, including the next generation of Subaru's EyeSight driver assist system with many additional safety functions and the new steering support control capability. Power for the LEVORG will come from Subaru's new 1.6-liter direct-injected turbocharged gasoline engine. 

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