Subaru Impreza's Much-Awaited Majestic Debut

Subaru is making a majestic European presentation of its newest Impreza. Said presentation will be held at the Geneva Motor Show, a fabulous auto show that launches several cars from famed automakers. Said auto show will take place next spring.

Subaru Impreza may be equipped with 1.5 or 2.0 litre atmospheric engines. The latter type of engine can boost out 300 hp. Said engine is only offered in the top version of Subaru Impreza. This new member will traditionally have the famed Subaru Impreza performance parts equipped for four-wheel drive system.

The intercooler for the turbocharge in the most powerful version of Subaru Impreza is incorporated in the front of the engine instead of the usual place which is on top of it. This is done to improve the ventilation of and cooling of the vehicle by providing ample space underneath the hood. Aside from that, it will also reduce centre gravity and improve security against frontal collision.

The idea of softening the bump came from the use of popping-out airbags in the car to lessen impact in times of bumps or collision. Nowadays, it is not only the airbags that contribute to this end. Intercooler in the top version of Subaru Impreza also imbibed this goal.

Hiroshi Mori, in one of the interviews, said this new car will be easier and cheaper to manufacture than the current generation, but will keep will keep all features of that legendary car. New generation Subaru Impreza hatchback version will receive shortened chassis comparing to the future sedan. This new hatchback Impreza will have more rigid body, than its sedan brother. In addition, this novelty will differ by short butt (a.k.a rear part of the body) and longer nose.

The guarantee of safer driving plus the comfort of the traditional Subaru cars is fitted in the hottest version of Subaru Impreza with 300hp.

Cling on for the new generation of Subaru Impreza is almost here. It is scheduled to arrive somewhere between the end of 2007 and beginning of 2008. However, you can have a closer look at it in this coming Geneva Motor Show.