The Subaru Trezia will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show (3 to 13 March 2011) and represents its most important news for 2011. It is a B-segment MPV (3.99 meters length, 1.69 m wide and 2.55 m of wheelbase) that Subaru sells in Japan since a few weeks.
The most attentive observers have already noticed the resemblance to the Toyota Verso S, which goes on sale in February. The Subaru Trezia , in fact, derives from this model but differs from twin Toyota in the front grille – featured by a honeycomb shape – and in the rear with cut lights design.
The engine is also derived from Toyota: a 1.3 liter petrol and a 1.4-liter turbodiesel combined with a manual and a CVT automatic transmission. Nissan says that the turbodiesel engine has CO2 emissions of 113 g/km.
Subaru will show, at Geneva two more preview: a project developed in collaboration with Toyota, which has already begun the Toyota FT 86 concept and will become a road car in 2012. The other is the Impreza concept, already shown at the Salon in Los Angeles.
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