The mechanics has always been one of the world, but the look has always left something to be desired. Subaru begins to change this history with the launch of the new generation Impreza in the Hall of New York. The brand presents a whole new look in both the sedan and hatchback version. Check out 2012 Subaru Impreza pictures in high resolution.
The fourth-generation Subaru Impreza, and bolder look, will also debut the new range of engines, more interior space and more embedded technology.
Inside, the new 2012 Subaru Impreza gaining new information and entertainment systems and the finish is to be built with better quality materials.
In the UK, for example, the 2012 Subaru Impreza will be offered with a new 1.6-liter Boxer engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission or the second generation Lineartronic CVT (continuously variable transmission). All versions are equipped as standard with Symmetrical AWD All-Wheel Drive, but with differences between the cars equipped with manual transmission and automatic.
The new 2012 Subaru Impreza will also feature as standard with the Subaru Dynamics Control (SVDC) – a system that combines the functions of stability control and traction – brakes with ABS, EBD and Brake Assist.
In relation to the visual, the new 2012 Subaru Impreza gets a new grille hexagonal in shape following the brand new standard. The headlights, according to the brand, the style is “hawk eye” while bending the hood convey more aggressiveness. The design of the bumper has more lines and striking air of sportiness is reinforced by the drawing of the area where are the auxiliary fog lights.
Observing the sedan version laterally, one senses a certain proximity of the traits with Volvo models. In generation, the sedan has won more European visual pattern. At the rear, the design is conservative with a slight bulge in the lid of the trunk (which simulates a kind of mini-spoiler) and more rounded lines in the bumper. Lanterns, which invade the quite side is contoured in tone crystal / translucent.
In the hatch version, the changes are even more rear notávies. The bumper design is robust with striking lines and wrinkles with strong baffles at the ends and a black finish at the bottom center. The lantern design won the straightest lines. At a glance, even with the racks on the roof, the Impreza hatch models somewhat resembles the minivan segment.