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Video: 2013 Subaru Forester

2013-01-02 13:27

Subaru is readying its new Forester wagon for the Japanese market. Check out the new model in action destined for South Africa later in 2013.

LONDON, England - Subaru will reveal its Viziv concept at the 83rd Geneva auto show during the media days, March 5 and 6.

The car will show what the Japanese company has in store for their future design direction and technological innovation.

The futuristic crossover concept symbolises Subaru’s core values of "enjoyment and peace of mind driving". Thus the name is derived from "vision for innovation".

The fourth generation Subaru Forester - launching in South Africa at the end of February 2013 - will make its European debut at Geneva as well.

EARLY FOR SA

South Africans will be happy to know the car will be available in March  - ahead of the European market which will only get its hands on the new cars in May.

The new model will build on the predessor’s credentials as a "go-anywhere" SUV, with enhanced performance, safety, efficiency and the company’s unique symmetrical all-wheel drive system.

The Subaru Outback will also be on display at the Subaru stand. The two-litre boxer diesel engine will debut with a Lineartronic constantly variable transmission for smoother gear-shifting and improved fuel efficiency.

The Outback diesel Lineartronic is due to arrive in the UK soon towards the end of 2013.


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