Before you get too excited though, the Japanese car manufacturer is not revealing the actual car at its display this year. Instead, it will be pulling the wraps off the all-new Levorg’s prototype.
Not much else has been made known of the vehicle, but Subaru does have a microsite up that contains a teaser image of the vehicle draped in shadows and a short video showing off several design elements including the grille, character lines, and taillights. Again, it isn’t much, but it wouldn’t be much of a teaser if it gave us any more, would it?
Other than the Levorg prototype, visitors to this year’s Subaru TMS booth can check out WRX STI EJ20 Final Edition built to pay tribute to the brand’s iconic EJ20 engine. This vehicle, with its gold-painted BBS 19-inch alloy wheels, will be the last car to use the mill.
The Subaru XV Advance—a variant of the crossover powered by the e-Boxer powertrain—will also be available for viewing, as well as the Subaru Viziv Adrenaline concept and its over-the-top character lines and edges.
A refreshed Subaru Impreza featuring a new front bumper, redesigned headlights, and re-tuned suspension setup will also be at TMS 2019. Finally, if you’re a motorsports nut, the brand will also be displaying a replica of its BRZ GT3000 race car.
The Levorg prototype is without a doubt the highlight of Subaru’s TMS display this year. Hopefully, it’s as impressive aesthetically as the current one. Anyone else excited for this reveal?