Subaru WRX Concept design explained by design chief Osamu Namba [video]

In the video below, Subaru design chief Osamu Namba, talks about the WRX concept, which debuted last month at the New York Auto Show.

The WRX concept was surely a surprising debut, hinting at next generation WRX design language.

As Osamu explains, at the front the WRX concept features Subaru’s traditional family hexagon grille, new hawk-eye headlights, as well as bonnet intake and central bumper intake, which represent turbo performance that is available.

To hear more what mr. Osamu Namba has to say about the design behind the WRX concept check out the video below.


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