The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently released the first official video with the brand new WRX Concept, which is being explained by the company’s design chief.
The Subaru WRX Concept is the newest creation signed by the carmaker and this is bringing a fresh design in the automotive industry in some hard times, but hopefully the model won’t lose too much once the final production version will finally be unveiled. If you’re interested in the styling of the video, than you’ve come to the right place, because this is being explained by the company’s design chief, Osamu Namba, in the video posted below.
As a quick reminder, the Subaru WRX Concept has been officially presented to the public during the 2013 New York Auto Show. The model has a hood intake, a prominent grille, hawk-eye headlights, a carbon fiber roof, a trunk lid with built-in spoiler, and a quad exhaust system with fluorescent yellow finish. The model also has WRX badging on the brake calipers, contrasting with the WR Blue Pearl III paint job, and it’s riding on 20-inch BBS forged wheels, wrapped in Dunlop tires. More details on the Subaru WRX Concept remain unknown for the moment.