Very little is known about the Subaru Crossover 7 Concept other than it has seven seats, all-wheel drive (AWD) a boxer engine and it looks a lot like a pumped up Legacy wagon. Subaru recently announced that they will build a successor for the Subaru Tribeca. Something Subaru has needed to do for some time.
I never hated the Subaru Tribeca, I just considered it a wasted opportunity. At the time of its debut, I thought the interior design was amazing, and, despite the polarizing exterior design, I thought it was a smart bet for an all-weather family car. Unfortunately, it was too expensive, cramped in back and was never very competitive with the Toyota’s Highlander, the Ford Explorer and others in its class.
This new design looks production ready and is more appealing than the Subaru Tribeca, at least from the outside.
If you look carefully, you can see some similarities with Toyota’s new Highlander. I’m not saying they are related, but I’m not saying that are are not either. We caught one testing at high altitude and a few of us thought we saw a Subaru emblem hiding under tape.
Check out this video and tell us what you think.
Thanks to CarScoops for the info!