Subaru unveiled its sequel to last year’s Viziv concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, which previews a future crossover to replace the aged Tribeca. Viziv is a word coined by Subaru, and is short for “vision for innovation.” It’s supposed to represent new styling themes and technologies, as previewed by the two Viziv crossover concepts we’ve been treated to.
The Viziv 2 maintains the same overall look as its predecessors, albeit with an updated front end that has a familial resemblance to the 2015 Legacy concept unveiled at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show last fall.
In a possible nod to Subaru’s rally heritage, there are also prominent LED fog lamps on the front and rear bumpers. Those will probably be the first items to go when the concept’s styling is toned down for that upcoming production crossover.
This car uses 1.6 liter diesel engine of boxer type and it is paired with transmission system which is continuous variable. Such transmission system transfer power to all four wheels of car effectively. Subaru new concept car run under two different modes, one mode is electrical mode when car run in slow speed. But another mode is shifted to diesel power when car picks up speed.
Fuel economy is boosted by a start and stop system installed in the car. Viziv is highly economically feasible for fuel and power. As it uses both diesel and electrical modes for running, fuel consumption is quite low. Car also have cruise system and it have special tech of Subaru which eye sight safety system which saves both fuel and controls engine’s output.